Actual Innocence Clinic students visit inmates to discuss their cases
Five law students visited various prisons during the spring semester of 2014 to speak directly with inmates about their cases. These inmates had written letters to the Actual Innocence Clinic and claimed to be innocent of the crime for which they are now serving time. The Clinic students had already read letters from the inmate that they visited, examined information about their conviction, and had begun the process of screening the case. Visiting the inmates in prison is part of that process.