Justice for the innocent and the wrongfully imprisoned
Help for the marginalized and forgotten in Arizona’s Criminal Justice System
Welcome to the Arizona Justice Project!
Every time an accused goes to prison without having received a fair trial, we are one step closer to the loss of our own freedoms. There is no greater punishment than that imposed on the innocent.
People freed by AZ Justice Project since 1998
Annual requests for assistance received by AZ Justice Project
People represented by AZ Justice Project in post-conviction relief and clemency since 1998
Cases reviewed by AZ Justice Project since 1998
Letters sent anually by AZ Justice Project in response to help
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Attorney Oumou Keita has been awarded the first-ever Larry Hammond Justice Fellowship. Oumou is a graduate of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. Oumou Keita will assist the AZ Justice Project in the identification and representation of the wrongfully convicted and imprisoned in Arizona and assist to improve the criminal justice system at the legislature and in the community.
Arizona Justice Project’s team is comprised of interns, externs, volunteers, staff attorneys, and business staff. We are all outspoken advocates of justice and have an undying
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