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Capital Post Conviction Project of Louisiana (CPCPL)

New Orleans, LA
Joined in September 2004

About Us

The Capital Post-Conviction Project of Louisiana (“CPCPL”) is a non-profit law office, formed in 2001 to represent indigent death-sentenced Louisiana men and women in collateral litigation in state and federal courts. CPCPL also acts as resource counsel with pro bono law firms who represent capital post-conviction clients. CPCPL provides legal representation from the time that a client’s direct appeal to the Louisiana Supreme Court becomes final with the denial of certiorari by the Supreme Court of the United States until final resolution of the case.

The Capital Post-Conviction Project of Louisiana (“CPCPL”) is a non-profit law office, formed in 2001 to represent indigent death-sentenced Louisiana men and women in collateral litigation in state and federal courts. CPCPL also acts as…

Issue Areas Include

  • Disability
  • Legal Assistance
  • Mental Health
  • Race & Ethnicity

Location & Contact

  • phone 504-212-2110
  • 1340 Poydras Street
    Suite 1700
    New Orleans, LA 70112

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