We are deeply thankful for the generous support we receive from lawyers, researchers, students, foundations and friends of the Registry. Our work depends on it. You can join in the giving here.
$100,000 and Over: Frank & Denise Quattrone Foundation
$50,000- $99,999: Park Avenue Charitable Fund
$25,000- $49,000: Vital Projects Fund
$10,000- $24,999: Loevy & Loevy
$5,000- $9,999: Phoebe Ellsworth Samuel Gross
$1,000- $4,999: Leigh Bienen Brandon Garrett Glenn A. Garber The Googasian Firm, P.C. Larry Gross
in honor of Sam Gross Sarah Johnston Lawrence Marshall Medstar Television, Inc. Barbara O'Brien Nancy & Jim Petro Barry Scheck Earl Smith Rob & Jennifer Warden
$500- $999: Anonymous Jeffrey S. Gutman Ronald Huff Saul Kassin Laura Kelly Tom Lapinski Richard Leo John Mimbela, Sr.
$250- $499: Paul Ciolino Simon Cole Jon Eldan Ariela Gross
in honor of Samuel Gross Zieva & Marc Konvisser Michael Radelet John Stephens & Evelyne Huber
$100- $249: Anonymous Darryl Brown William Clutter Avern Cohn Brian Cutler Joshua Dressler Juliana Drous Keith Findley James Fisher Henry Fradella Martin Hughes Matthew Johnson Dale Kinshella
in honor of Richard Leo Cynthia Phillips Maizie Pusich
in honor of Cathy Woods Donald SalzmanKyle Scherr Roger Shuy James Trainum Joseph Tully Robert White Marvin Zalman
Up to $99: Anonymous Albert Alschuler Karen Amendola
Susan Anderson & Anthony KubiakCatherine Bonventre Gail Brown
Marshall Goldberg Mark Godsey Josue Guevara Jane Jackson Kaitlin Jackson Kasey Jackson Scott Jackson Paige Kaneb
Anna Kirkland Edward Miron Mark Pendergrast Maurice Possley Daniel Reisberg
Susan Robbins Rachelle Roll Joel Samaha Neil Sass
The National Registry of Exonerations is a project of the Newkirk Center for Science & Society at University of California Irvine, the University of Michigan Law School and Michigan State University College of Law. It was founded in 2012 in conjunction with the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern University School of Law. The Registry provides detailed information about every known exoneration in the United States since 1989—cases in which a person was wrongly convicted of a crime and later cleared of all the charges based on new evidence of innocence.
We welcome new information from any source about exonerations already on our list and about cases not in the Registry that might be exonerations.