The Center for Prosecutor Integrity is a leader in the national effort to affirm prosecutorial ethics, restore due process, and end wrongful convictions.

  • Conducted legislative and advocacy efforts to promote prosecutorial ethics, the presumption of innocence, and criminal justice reform
  • Sponsored a booth at annual conferences of the American Association of Law Schools (first photo), and sponsored an Innocence Summit (second and third photos)
  • Filed an ethics complaint against prosecutor Mary Kellett, which led the Maine Supreme Judicial Court to issue a determination against her.
  • Published a series of White Papers.
  • Sponsors the Registry of Prosecutorial Misconduct
  • 2014 Innocence Summit

    Hosts an active Facebook page with over 10,000 Followers

  • Supported efforts to restore due process on campus and reform domestic violence laws
  • Recognized in editorials, articles, and blogs in the New York TimesWashington Post, Wrongful Convictions BlogOpen File, and elsewhere

    Phillip Kuhn, Advisory Board Chair and Radley Balko, Washington Post reporter


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