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Idaho Innocence Project

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About the Idaho Innocence Project

The Idaho Innocence Project is part of the Forensic Justice Project at Boise State University.  Our mission is to correct and prevent wrongful convictions in Idaho through research, education, and litigation. Since 2005, we have helped start innocence organizations in Montana, Oregon, Ireland and France, worked on cases with 27 Innocence organizations in the US, and are now part of the Forensic Justice Program at Boise State University that investigates DNA cases throughout the US and abroad.

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Greg Hampikian Speaks at TEDx Boise

TEDx Boise was an independently organized TED event held on January 16, 2015.

The event was shared with the help of these sponsors: Metageek, TSheets, DaviesMoore, Intracon, Boise Speakwell, State & Lemp, Idaho Speakers Bureau, My Care Builder, New Ventures, CY Gilbert, taylorMartin, Danish ISHAQ, Boise Contemporary Theater.

Innocence Project in the News

Dennis Perry exonerated of all charges after spending 20 years in prison for Georgia double murder
Hair genealogy data used prove innocence in Idaho Innocence Project
Man wrongly convicted in Idaho to receive more than $1 million in compensation
Charles Fain, Idaho's first compensation for wrongful conviction, 18 years on death row.

Contact the Idaho Innocence Project

Mailing Address

Idaho Innocence Project
Biology Department
1910 University Drive
Boise, Id 83725-1515

To report a crime

To report crime tips to the police, please call Crime Stoppers at 343-COPS or 1-800-222-TIPS, text “Tip236 plus your message” to 274637, or go online to Crime Stoppers Idaho

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