Jacqueline McMurtrie

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Founder, Innocence Project Northwest
Professor of Law

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  • Nov 21, 2013

    Source: Seattle Magazine

    IPNW is honored by the magazine for its work helping to overturn wrongful convictions using new evidence, such as DNA. This year, one of the organization’s biggest long-term efforts paid off, getting a bill passed that allows wrongfully convicted individuals to be compensated for their incarceration time. (11/21/13)
  • Oct 28, 2013

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    McMurtrie has devoted nearly 20 years to the pursuit of justice on behalf of individuals wrongly convicted and imprisoned in Washington. She will receive the award at the WA-ACLU Bill of Rights Celebration Dinner Nov. 9. (10/28/13)
  • Aug 05, 2013

    Source: The Columbian

    Alan Northrop is one of fewer than a dozen people who are eligible to seek compensation for wrongful conviction and imprisonment under a state law. (8/5/13)
  • Aug 05, 2013

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    McMurtrie, director of the Innocence Project Northwest,  was nominated for a Courage Award by Crosscut's readers. (8/5/13)
  • Aug 01, 2013

    Source: The Inlander

    “Paul, Tyler and Robert are innocent men who spent nearly five years in prison based solely on the word of an informant who got an extraordinary deal — one ‘too good to be true’ — for his testimony.” said IPNW Director Jackie McMurtrie (8/1/13)

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