Justice Denied, PO Box 66291, Seattle, WA 98166
The Justice Institute © 1998-2017
(Justice Denied is a trade name of The Justice Institute)
The Justice Institute is an IRS approved 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization based in Seattle, Washington that promotes awareness of issues related to wrongful convictions.
The Justice Institute’s website www.justicedenied.org receives millions of visitors yearly from over 150 countries.
The Justice Institute produces Justice:Denied, a quarterly publication that publicizes cases of wrongful conviction, and exposes how and why they occur. Justice:Denied is available online at no charge and is produced by volunteer writers, editors and other persons located in the United States and other countries.
The Justice Institute also investigates selected cases where a person has a credible claim of innocence.
For information contact, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Justice Institute is an independent organization that relies on donations and book sales. You can support Justice Denied’s activities on behalf of the wrongly convicted by making a donation of any amount with your Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express card, or by eCHECK or a PayPal account by clicking on the DONATE button below.
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The Justice Institute, which is an IRS approved 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization. Donations may be deductible in accordance with federal and state tax laws. The Justice Institute’s FEIN is: 93-1268354.
|About Justice Denied|
|Article Submission Guide|
|From The Big House|
|High Fence Foodie|
|Phantom Spies, Phantom Justice|
|Edwin M. Borchard – Convicting The Innocent|
|Dehumanization Is Not An Option|
|Kirstin Blaise Lobato|
|Kirstin Lobato v. Nevada|
|JD Article Index|
|Innocence Project Webpages|
|Innocent people on web|
|Wrongful Conviction Websites|
|Wrongful Conviction Bibliography|
|JD Articles Online|
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