The case of Harry Gleeson, posthumously pardoned by the Irish State after being hanged in 1941, featured on RTE’s programme Scannal on Friday January 5th 2018. Mr. Gleeson’s exoneration was a case that the Irish Innocence Project had an active involvement with, and one in which Project founder David Langwallner worked on in conjunction with Griffith college studentRead More
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The Irish Innocence Project has three core missions:
- to investigate possible wrongful convictions of those who claim factual innocence;
- to provide clinical education for law students through close supervision of possible wrongful convictions;
- through working with law students the Project hopes to invest in the legal professionals of the future who uphold the values of truth, justice and fortitude.