Santa Clara University

Benson Memorial Center

NCIP Breakfast Briefing

Nov 14, 2012
7:30 p.m.

Full Circle- A True Story of Murder, Lies and Vindication Speaker- Gloria Killian, exonoree & author   Gloria Killian, a third year law student at the time of her conviction, was wrongfully incarcerated for 17 ½ years on a sentence of 32 years to life for a crime that she did not commit. Originally she was charged with the death penalty. Year’s later one of the defense attorneys discovered massive exculpatory evidence, hidden documents, prosecutorial misconduct and perjury that eventually led to her freedom. She is now the Executive Director of her own non-profit organization, The Action Committee for Women in Prison, a member of the California State Gender Responsive Strategies Commission and co-author of her new book ,“Full Circle- A True Story of Murder, Lies and Vindication”. Come hear about her inspirational journey to justice, success, and activism.   This event qualifies as 1 hour of MCLE credit* ($20 charge at the door)   General admission is free, however, donations are appreciated to help organize future breakfast briefing events. Donate here     7-30am-continental breakfast 8-00-9-00am- presentation   For more information, please contact Haley Kaprielian at (408) 551-3000 x5604 or hkaprielian@scu.edu     ** In compliance with the ADA/504 please direct your accommodation requests to- Haley Kaprielian (408) 551-3000 x5604   Innocence Matters- Breakfast Briefings, a distinguished speaker series, brings prominent thought leaders to the Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) to discuss the prevalence and causes of wrongful convictions and the legal reforms needed to ensure our justice system's integrity. Hosted by NCIP at its office, speakers include authors, leading scholars, and legal practitioners. These no charge morning events are held the second Wednesday of each month and include a continental breakfast.

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hKaprielian@scu.edu (Haley Kaprielian)
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