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Friday, September 24, 2021

Non-Profit Prison Reform Organization to Review 1,000 Wrongful Conviction Cases

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Nationwide — The Prison Reform Project, a California-based non-profit organization, has set the goal of reviewing at least 1,000 wrongful conviction cases from across the country. The organization is led by its director, Clyde Beasley, who himself was once wrongfully incarcerated and was able to skillfully exonerate himself and get his case overturned from behind bars.

Although the organization is not run by a team of lawyers, it has been very successful in helping desperate families by providing valuable guidance on how to navigate the prison system when a person has been falsely accused and/or wrongfully convicted.

Every year, hundreds of innocent prisoners around the world are freed from prison after their cases are overturned. Sadly, however, many of them had already served decades in prison. Even worse, thousands more remain behind bars and will never see justice.

The Prison Reform Project seeks to address this issue which, in the U.S., disproportionately affects African Americans and Latinos. Currently, federal and state prisons in the United States hold about 500,000 inmates who are Black.

For more details about the organization and its mission, visit PrisonReform.com

For press inquiries, contact 614-595-6063 or send an email to info@prisonreform.com