Seeking to Help Free the Innocent
Provide care for them when they come home
Lamonte McIntyre, served 23 wrongful years in prison for a
crime he did not commit.
Exonerated October 13, 2017.
Darryl Burton, served 24
wrongful years in prison for a crime he did not commit.
Exonerated August 29, 2008.
Exoneree Outreach Director
Ricky Kidd was incarcerated in Missouri prisons for 23 years for a 1996 double murder that he did not commit. Ricky was released in August of 2019 and exonerated on September 13, 2019. Ricky joins our team with a wealth of knowledge and excellent public relations skills as he provides outreach to current clients. He will actively meet the needs of the wrongfully convicted community and will also educate others about wrongful convictions as he moves forward to begin the next chapter of his future. Read more about Ricky's story.
Retrial: Free the Innocent
After an assessment and acceptance process, we assist innocent prisoners with referrals for legal representation. We assist with legal resources for case investigation, case development, trial resources, appeals and prisoner representation.
Exoneree Comprehensive Care
We support re-entry of innocent prisoners through referrals and placement for:
credentials & identification
education & training
life skills & mentorship
physical & mental health
Social Justice Education & Advocacy
Our aim is to educate communities about the injustice and needs of innocent prisoners to gain support and advocacy for their release and re-entry success through public speaking events and develop course curriculum. Our target audiences include international, national and state organizations, churches, schools, universities, and corporations. Course curriculum will be used for continuing education of attorneys, criminal justice students and volunteer training.
Hope & Forgiveness Ministry
Our global message of hope and forgiveness is echoed through this faith based ministry to share Darryl's story with the world through Darryl's speaking engagements, books, and other media.
"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."