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Thursday at 9 AM Pacific

December 26th 2013: Special Encore Presentation: The Gift of Exoneration: Gloria Killian

17+ years in prison! Gloria Killian was convicted in 1986 of first degree felony murder, robbery, and conspiracy and received a sentence of 32 years to life for the murder of a Sacramento, CA couple. At the time, she was a third year law student with no criminal history. In 2002, Gloria walked out of prison a free woman after the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned her conviction when it determined the conviction was based solely on perjured testimony. Six years later, the prosecuting Deputy District Attorney was tried by the State Bar of California and found guilty of unethical conduct

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Amy Kennedy

Amy Kennedy is the Case Manager at Santa Clara University’s Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) and a recent graduate from Santa Clara Law.  She has been with NCIP for over five years.  Prior to joining NCIP Amy worked as the Case Manager at the Innocence Project-New Orleans.
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Gloria Killian

For 17 years Gloria Killian maintained her innocence in prison. Gloria, convicted of first degree felony murder, robbery, & conspiracy, received a sentence of 32 years to life for the murder of a Rosemont, CA couple.  In 2002, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals determined Gloria’s conviction was based solely on perjured testimony and overturned her conviction. This false testimony was provided pursuant to a deal with the Sacramento district attorney's office in exchange for sentencing leniency of a man who claimed that Gloria was the mastermind of this 1981 murder. At the time, Gloria was a third-year law student. Gloria has much to be thankful. She met a woman in prison who believed her an
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