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The Columbus Dispatch: Ohio man wins record-setting $45M in...

November 21, 2022

Dean Gillispie of Fairborn won a $45 million civil lawsuit against former Miami Township police detective, Scott Moore, for actions that lead to Gillispie's wrongful imprisonment. Gillispie was freed after 20 years of imprisonment thanks to efforts of the Ohio Innocence Project at the University of Cincinnati. The Columbus Dispatch and other Ohio media covered Gillispie's civil lawsuit.

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Cincinnati Business Courier: UC celebrated record enrollment...

November 17, 2022

The Cincinnati Business Courier reports the University of Cincinnati is celebrating its largest enrollment in history at the start of 2022-2023 fall semester, a count just shy of 48,000. The milestone bucks a national trend that showed undergraduate enrollment dipped 1.1% last fall and graduate enrollment was down 1%, according to a report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.

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WLWT: Inside Ohio’s Issue 1 bond reform proposal

October 29, 2022

Donald Caster, assistant professor at UC Law and a staff attorney for the Ohio Innocence Project, spoke with WLWT for a story about Ohio's Issue 1 bond proposal before state voters this November election.

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Cincinnati Edition: Should Kentucky's constitution protect the...

October 28, 2022

UC Law colloquium panelists spoke with Cincinnati Edition included Jenn Dye, PhD, Theodore M. Berry director, Nathaniel R. Jones Center for Race, Gender, and Social Justice at UC Law; Danielle Bessett, PhD, associate professor of sociology at UC; and Judith Daar, dean and professor of law, Chase College of Law, Northern Kentucky University.

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