The Innocence Project is a not-for-profit organization that works to exonerate innocent prisoners through post-conviction DNA testing and develop and implement policy changes to prevent wrongful convictions and otherwise reform the criminal justice system.
There are five Case Analysts responsible for the evaluation of all potential innocence claims according to the mission and protocols of the Innocence Project. Case Analysts review claims of innocence that have passed through a pre-screening process. These cases are presorted and require varying levels of review. Analysts may specialize in a particular type of review and therefore the detail below is over-inclusive to the particular job functions of an individual analyst. The Case Analysts report to the Case Director and work in close collaboration with all staff in the department, in particular the Document Manager and the Investigations Attorney.
The duties of this position require approximately 40 hours of work per week to be performed in-office. Read more.