Anne Driscoll at The Moth

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On her last night in Dublin working to exonerate wrongly-convicted criminals, Anne is the victim of an attempted mugging that challenges her conception of the police and legal systems. Anne Driscoll is a journalist, author, teacher and speaker. Anne has worked most recently with the Irish Innocence Project, Justice Brandeis Law Project and as a US Fulbright Scholar.

Anne Driscoll – TedTalk

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For more than a decade, Anne Driscoll has been investigating wrongful convictions in two countries on two continents on both sides of the Atlantic. She knows firsthand how a wrongful conviction can happen to anyone, anytime, anywhere in any jurisdiction, most often due to bad eyewitness identification, police misconduct or prosecutorial misconduct.

Making a Murderer

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On April 6th 2016, the Irish Innocence Project at Griffith College hosted a conversation between Making a Murderer filmmakers Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi and Irish Innocence Project at Griffith College Project Manager Anne Driscoll.

Sunny Jacobs and Peter Pringle

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Sunny Jacobs and Peter Pringle, both wrongfully convicted of murder, sentenced to death and later exonerated in separate cases in Florida and Ireland, respectively. they married in 2011 and opened their home in Ireland as the world’s first sanctuary for exonerees

Irish Times – Innocence Project

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How Innocence Project got justice for man hanged 75 years ago. Justice for Harry Gleeson Group worked for 2½ years to have him pardoned

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/how-innocence-project-got-justice-for-man-hanged-75-years-ago-1.2068958

Innocence Project RTE interview

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The Innocence Project is a legal-aid group that seeks to exonerate those who have been wrongly convicted. Anne Driscoll is working to establish an Innocence Project in NUI Galway and she joins Sean along with David Rudolf, the defense attorney well known to many for his role in the Netflix documentary The Staircase.

https://www.rte.ie/radio/radio1/clips/21470659/

The Irish Innocence Project

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The Irish Innocence Project was founded in 2009 by the Dean of Law at Griffith College, David Langwallner. We are a non-profit organization providing free services to people who claim to have been wrongfully convicted of crimes. In 2015 we secured the first posthumous presidential pardon in Irish history for Harry Gleeson who was wrongfully convicted and hanged in 1941.

Irish Innocence Project 

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Be the Key: Set an Innocent Free's second campaign

Irish Innocence Project

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Meet the Irish Innocence Project at Griffith College in under 2 minutes.

Irish Innocence Project

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Project Anne Driscoll talks about the Irish Innocence Project at Griffith College