“March With Us To Free The California Twelve!”
From San Diego to Sacramento
We're marching Clemency Petitions from San Diego to Sacramento because our clients are at the end of the road. They have been fighting for their freedom for too long. It is time to set them free.
Here are the proposed stops along the way. Be sure to continue to check back as they are subject to change.
WALK WITH US The public walking days are as follows: April 27, 2013 – walk with us on Day 1 as we begin the 600+ mile journey to Sacramento. We’ll walk from downtown San Diego to Ocean Beach. June 20, 2013 – walk with us...
Starting April 27, 2013, attorneys, students, exonerees, and family members of the wrongfully convicted will join hands in a march from San Diego to Sacramento. We will start at California Western School of Law and finish at the Governor’s office roughly 55 days later.
Join us on this 600+ mile freedom march across the state. The march will include public awareness events and 2 public walking days. Be sure to sign up for updates and keep checking back!
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There are numerous ways you can help us. Here’s a few:
1. Donate to the California Innocence Project. The Project must foot the bill for case investigations, office supplies, and a small team of dedicated lawyers.
2. Come out and march with us on the way to Sacramento. If you are marching, we encourage you to obtain sponsors for your walk to help donate to the Project.
3. Sign the Petition. We hope to turn in as many signatures as possible when we arrive in Sacramento.
4. Go to our store to purchase t-shirts, sweatshirts, and wristbands. All the proceeds go directly to the California Innocence Project.
The California Innocence Project (CIP) is a law school clinical program at California Western School of Law dedicated to releasing wrongfully convicted inmates and providing an outstanding educational experience to the students enrolled in the clinic. The pictures above showcase our exonerated clients. The client profiles page tells you the facts of those wrongfully convicted, yet still incarcerated. Please show your support for our clients and our cause by walking, attending rallies, and making donations.
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