The International Innocence Initiative is a not-for-profit organization established by a team of dedicated and experienced legal practitioners. Lawyers working under the International Innocence Initiative have worked for the better protection of fair trial rights and defended the rights of people facing criminal charges in a country other than their own for many years. Our vision is a world where every person’s right to a fair trial is respected, whatever their nationality, wherever they are accused.
The International Innocence Initiative was established to help people arrested outside their own country to defend their right to a fair trial. Every year we aim to assist multiple persons and their families to navigate a foreign legal system by offering practical advice, including contacts of local lawyers; guidance on key issues encountered by people arrested abroad; basic information on different legal systems and local sources of support; and legal representation globally as needed. As a not-for-profit charity, we do not charge for any of the assistance that we provide.
We are currently taking Applications for Affiliate Attorneys who are interested in being referred cases of clients of the International Innocence Initiative, either on a pro bono or reduced fee basis.
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