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Eye On Innocence

Doing what’s right to fix the wrong.

Don’t hesitate to contact us in regards to wrongful conviction claims, consultations, review analysis,
and fact finding in your or your wrongful conviction cases! 


Protecting Your Freedom at All Costs

There are so many ways to twist and turn a story to blame someone for a crime they didn’t commit. That’s why Eye On Innocnece is here. We area pro-bono  organization in Jacksonville, Florida that offers pro bono review analysis, and consultations for criminal cases nationwide.

We accept cases without any fee. But it will mean a lot to us if you can lend a helping hand to our organization. Donations keep us moving forward. Donate today and help us help others.

Why Choose Us? 

Here at Eye On Innocence, we entirely take any case of actual innocence—all transcripts, photos, available exhibits, and any pertinent records will be researched from beginning to end and beyond if needed.

Our team takes the information we’ve gathered and translated it to an easy and quick-to-understand format for presentation to attorneys who might be willing to take care of your case.

If you contact us post-conviction but pre-appeal, we’ll be happy to tell you what your next step will be. We’ll provide you the details for the best way to get there in a manner tailored to fit YOUR situation. We want to make sure you get the best chance possible of your case being seen and accepted.


Wrongful Conviction Statistics

There are 2.3 million people incarcerated in the United States, with over 140,000 believed to be there for crimes they did not commit. America accounts for fully 1/4 of all the imprisoned people in the world.

In a recent Ohio State University study, judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and police chiefs were asked to come up with a number of people they could agree upon that are wrongfully convicted every year.

The number they agreed was at least 10,000. The average sentence served by a wrongfully convicted individual that has been exonerated is 14 years. Although the longest sentence served was Richard Phillips, who spent 45 years in prison for murder. Arrested at age 27, he would not see freedom again until he was 73.

If 10,000 people are wrongfully convicted each year, and the average number of years in prison for those wrongfully convicted is 14, that means at any given time, there are at least 140,000 innocent men and women locked in cages across America.

To date, there have been 2,605 exonerations since recording began in 1989. The total years of life lost to wrongful convictions are more than 23,000 years (National Registry of Exonerations). There are 167 individuals who have been exonerated while awaiting execution on death row. Some, within weeks of their execution date.

Over 70% of the wrongfully convicted cooperated with law enforcement before becoming a prime suspect.

Leading Causes of Wrongful Convictions

1. Misidentification of the accused
2. False confessions
3. Official misconduct by prosecutors and/or law enforcement
4. Inaccurate or junk forensic sciences
5. Poor defense lawyering

Our Mission

Eye on innocence is a Pro Bono  innocence organization that operates solely on donations from caring and concerned people like you.

Those donations may be used for expenses incurred while researching and reviewing, or go towards rewards and advertisement for information regarding a case, the hiring of non-affiliated private investigators when needed, or towards placement of case with a qualified attorney.

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