Her Long Fight for Justice
California Coalition for Women Prisoners (CCWP) and the new LA Innocence Project came together for this exciting event celebrating the hard won victory for Jane Dorotik. Jane freed herself from a wrongful conviction in May 2022, and continues her lifelong work challenging all aspects of the criminal legal system.
View the recording of this event below.
- Jane Dorotik, California Coalition for Women Prisoners
- Paula Mitchell, Director of the Los Angeles Innocence Project
- Eliza Haney, Attorney with the Los Angeles Innocence Project
Jane has been a longtime leader of CCWP inside prison and a member of our Coordinating Committee on the outside since she was released from prison in 2020. Jane’s boundless courage and determination to expose her wrongful conviction have been key in winning this struggle along with the persistent support of Loyola Law School’s Project for the Innocent. Jane has been a fierce advocate for all incarcerated people and we look forward to continuing our work together in this new phase of her life. Join us to celebrate and learn more about what this win means for future advocacy.
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