The Idaho Innocence Project
Directed by Dr. Hampikian, the Idaho Innocence Project has worked on hundreds of cases. Unfortunately, due to funding constraints, the Idaho Innocence Project is not currently taking on new cases. We continue in our mission to prevent wrongful convictions through education and research, and to assist other organizations with DNA cases.
Since 2005, we have helped start Innocence Projects in Ireland and France, and established the International Innocence program that researches DNA cases outside the United States.
Read more on their website: innocenceproject.boisestate.edu
Georgia Innocence Project
GIP is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals who have been convicted of crimes they did not commit. The Project works to secure post-conviction DNA testing for Georgia and Alabama inmates where DNA analysis could prove guilt or innocence and adequate DNA testing was not available at trial.
Read more on their website: http://www.georgiainnocenceproject.org
Irish Innocence Project
Members of the Griffith College law faculty began work on the Irish Innocence Project in October 2009 and on the 6th of March 2010 the Project was officially launched. This is the first initiative of its kind in Ireland and is being led by David Langwallner, B.A., LL.M (Harvard), BL, Dean of Law at Griffith College. The launch was overseen by Dr. Greg Hampikian, director of the Idaho Innocence Project and DNA expert for the Georgia Innocence Project. The Irish Innocence Project joins similar projects in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. The Project has been validated by the Innocence Network.
Read more on their website: http://www.innocenceproject.ie
Innocence Project France
Dr. Hampikian assisted in the establishment of an innocence project in France in January of 2013. You can find out more about them on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/InnocenceProjectFrance