Serving Crime Victims in Post-Conviction Exonerations

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90 Minutes

Originally Aired
April 7, 2021

Andrea Harrison
Andrea Harrison
Katie Monroe
Katie Monroe, JD
Executive Director, Healing Justice
Jennifer Thompson
Jennifer Thompson
Founder/Survivor, Healing Justice

There has been an increasing number of post-conviction exonerations over the past two decades, many led by police and prosecutors. However, little attention has been paid to the impact of exonerations on the victims and survivors of the original crime. Addressing and meeting their needs is critical to promoting trust and fairness in our criminal justice system. This presentation will present actual experiences of sexual assault survivors and murder victim family members in these cases and provide insight into the unique approaches for the field on how to better serve and support them.


As a result of this webinar, participants will be better able to:

  • Identify the challenges faced by sexual assault survivors and murder victim family members in cases of exoneration.
  • Evaluate resources and practical tools for the field, including model policies, an online training module, victim outreach videos, sample brochures, media guidelines, and more.
  • Recognize the impact of post-conviction exoneration and identify remedies for justice and healing.

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