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Board of Directors

Proving Innocence (PI) is a grassroots movement and is governed by a dedicated group of citizens who volunteer to combat the injustice of wrongful convictions. The purpose of the Board is to establish PI’s direction and oversee the fulfillment of its mission. The requirement for Board membership is to have a passion about wrongful convictions, helping innocent individuals, and reforming the system that has caused so much suffering. Participation is welcome both face-to-face and on-line. Inquiries may be directed to any of the board members.

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Errol Liverpool was born in Guyana, South America, and is the seventh of thirteen children. He holds a BA in Theology from the University of Southern Caribbean (1980), and an MA in Counseling from Andrews University, Berrien Springs Michigan (1986). He also holds a PhD. in Counselor Education from Wayne State University, Detroit Michigan (2001). He is the President of Clear Choices Counseling and Psychiatry, a full service out-patient psychiatric facility. He has served as an adjunct professor at Wayne State University since 1998. He also served as an adjunct professor at the University of Detroit, Mercy and currently serves in the same capacity at Spring Arbor University.

Errol and his wife, Nathalie, wed in 1981, have two adult daughters, Toula and Meika, who are both married. Dr. and Mrs. Liverpool are the proud grandparents of two beautiful granddaughters.

Dr. Liverpool became interested in wrongful convictions after watching a 60 Minutes piece.

Dr. Liverpool is a member of several professional organizations and has written several articles. He has given expert testimony in several custody cases. Dr. Liverpool is an ordained minister and is passionate about fighting for the wrongfully convicted.

You may email Errol at

Errol Liverpool


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