Stetson Law professor appointed to Innocence Project of Florida’s board
Ellen S. Podgor, J.D., Gary R. Trombley family white-collar crime research professor at Stetson University College of Law, has been selected to serve on the Innocence Project of Florida’s board of directors.
Based in Tallahassee, the nonprofit organization helps obtain freedom for innocent prisoners through investigating cases, obtaining DNA testing and advocating for their release.
Since 2003, the Innocence Project of Florida has assisted with the release of 20 people who served a total of more than 440 years in prison for crimes they did not commit.
“I’m honored to play a role in an organization doing such noble work,” said Podgor, an expert in criminal law, former deputy prosecutor and defense attorney.