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


    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


    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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