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A Huge Week for the PA Innocence Project

A Huge Week for the PA Innocence Project
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Our client John Miller was officially exonerated on Wednesday. Last week we saw Chester Hollman return home and receive exoneration. Robert Outlaw is coming home on bail and we will continue his fight for exoneration.

Click here to read our newsletter with details of the releases.

News and Media coverage for John Miller’s case:

The Washington Post
The Philadelphia Inquirer
NBC Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Tribune
Vibe

News and Media coverage for Chester Hollman’s case:

The Philadelphia Inquirer
NBC Philadelphia
ABC 6 Philadelphia

News and Media coverage for Robert Outlaw’s case:

The Philadelphia Inquirer

We thank the Philadelphia DA’s Office for its thorough review of John’s case and the many people who worked with us and John on his defense, especially our pro bono partners Thomas Gallagher, Hannah McPhelin, and Christen Tuttle of Pepper Hamilton. And, of course, thanks to our donors, who make this life-changing work possible.

We send heartfelt gratitude to our former Executive Director, Marissa Boyers Bluestine, Alan Tauber of Lindy & Tauber, and Private Investigator Dennis Crosson for their relentless pursuit of Chester’s freedom.

Many thanks to Ed Foster of Alva & Shuttleworth LLC, one of our former interns, for all his work for Robert.

What a wonderful week!

John Miller embraces his mother.

John Miller and his nephew on the ride back to Philadelphia.

John Miller and his team, including staff from the PA Innocence Project and our pro bono partners at Pepper Hamilton.

Robert Outlaw after his release.

Robert Outlaw with Ed Foster on the left and Nilam Sanghvi, the Legal Director at the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, on the right.

Chester Hollman III in the center, with his father Chester Hollman, jr., and his sister, Deanna Hollman, both on the left, and his attorney Alan Tauber, and uncle, Joseph Hollman, to his right.