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Our emphasis is focused on providing exonerees with a strong support system through supportive services and programs that are geared towards overcoming the effects of wrongful incarceration, while strengthening the family and community affiliations. Additionally, through prevention and intervention programs, exonerees mentor at-risk youth to provide alternative to actions that would lead to incarceration.

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Services

EBT is a full-service non-profit organization which offers the following support services:

  • Exoneree Transition
  • Transitional Housing
  • At-Risk Youth Programs
  • Family Support
  • Counseling Services
  • Intervention Services
  • Educational Training
  • Vocational Training
  • Community Outreach
  • Socialization/Recreation
  • Case Management
  • Support Groups

The Exonerated Brothers are also avaiable for speaking engagements, please contact us for details.

Your contributions help us continue our work with exonerees and at risk youth.

Exonerated Brothers in the News

DNA tests cast doubt on Texas justice

DNA tests cast doubt on Texas justice January 20, 2007 In a case that has renewed questions about the quality of Texas justice, a man who spent 10 years behind bars for the rape of a boy has become the 12th person…

The Innocence Project: James Waller

March 9, 2007 After James Waller was released on parole, he still wanted to prove his innocence. He and his family saved up money for DNA testing, and pursued DNA testing

Who Helps the Exonerated Men of Texas?

Feb 24 2012, 8:22 AM
A lot of men from Dallas County have been exonerated—27 at the latest count—and James Waller is one of the more memorable. He was convicted of the 1983

The Innocence Project: Jonnie Lindsey

After serving more than 25 years in Texas prisons for a crime he did not commit, Johnnie Lindsey was proven innocent through DNA testing and freed in September 2008. He was 30 years old when he was arrested and 56 when he was freed.

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Background

The number of innocent individuals that are currently incarcerated in prisons and jails is unknown. Despite daunting challenges, there are hundreds of individuals who have proven their innocence and gained their freedom. Read more...

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381 Casa Linda #235
Dallas, TX 75221
Phone: 318-510-1073
E-mail: exoneratedbrothersoftexas@gmail.com

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