Call on Georgia to Stop the Execution of Troy Davis

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Urge Your Legislators to Hold Prosecutors Accountable

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Contact your elected officials and demand that they strengthen safeguards against prosecutorial misconduct and protections for the wrongfully convicted in your state.

Tell Alabama: Let Thomas Arthur Prove His Innocence!

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Write Governor Robert Bentley and urge him to allow Thomas Arthur's legal team to conduct the DNA testing that could spare his life.

Call Gov. Bentley! Save Tommy Arthur's Life!

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Thomas Arthur is on Alabama's death row, convicted of a crime that another man has since confessed to committing. Despite this confession and many other irregularities that have surfaced, the state has set his execution date for March 29, just days away!

Call for a Moratorium on Executions in Georgia

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Email Betty Anne Waters

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Send an email to Betty Anne Waters, who spent nearly two decades fighting to overturn her brother Kenny's wrongful conviction.

Email Chris Ochoa

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Send an email to an exoneree through the "947" years campaign

Email Dwayne Dail

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Email Ernest Sonnier

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Send an email to Ernest Sonnier, who was freed August 7 after 23 years in Texas prisons for a rape he didn't commit.

Email Herman Atkins

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Send an email to an exoneree through the "947" years campaign

Call for a Moratorium on the Death Penalty in Georgia

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Stand Up for the Innocent in Kentucky

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Kentucky is one of only two states that limits post-conviction DNA testing to death row cases. HB 178 would change that, giving all of the wrongfully convicted a chance at freedom in KY.

Urge Your Legislators to Hold Prosecutors Accountable

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Contact your elected officials and demand that they strengthen safeguards against prosecutorial misconduct and protections for the wrongfully convicted in your state.

Send Henry James a "Welcome Home" Note

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Send an email to Henry James, who was freed on October 21, 2011, after spending nearly 30 years in prison for a rape DNA proves he didn't commit.

Send a Message to Thomas Haynesworth

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Stand Up for a Criminal Justice Commission

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Call on Senate leaders to create the National Criminal Justice Commission proposed in S. 714/H. R. 5143.