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How I Became a Citizen Advocate | Wrongful Conviction of Six Wisconsin Men Captured My Attention, Changed My life

How I Became a Citizen Advocate | Wrongful Conviction of Six Wisconsin Men Captured My Attention, Changed My life

Juan Rivera, at Friday press conference, served 19 years for brutal crimes he did not commit.

Juan Rivera, at Friday press conference, served 19 years for brutal crimes he did not commit.

Former Texas prosecutor to spend 10 days in jail for wrongful conviction | Al Jazeera America

Former Texas prosecutor to spend 10 days in jail for wrongful conviction | Al Jazeera America

An Update on The Innocent Convicts | Crowdfunding & Grant Propel Production Forward

An Update on The Innocent Convicts | Crowdfunding & Grant Propel Production Forward

The Wrongful Conviction I’ll Never Forget | When Police Corralled a 10-year-old Boy Into Falsely Confessing to Murder

The Wrongful Conviction I’ll Never Forget | When Police Corralled a 10-year-old Boy Into Falsely Confessing to Murder

In Search of Truth | Why Wrongful Conviction Claims of Some May Never Be Truly Believed

In Search of Truth | Why Wrongful Conviction Claims of Some May Never Be Truly Believed

A man in Texas spent 25 years in prison for killing his wife when and was released in 2011 after it was found out he was not the killer. He still thanks god after all that time that he didnt get the death penalty

A man in Texas spent 25 years in prison for killing his wife when and was released in 2011 after it was found out he was not the killer. He still thanks god after all that time that he didnt get the death penalty

It's a Reporters Inc. Original: What Katelyn Saw | When A Child Claimed to See Abuse at My Day Care, My Life Was Nearly Destroyed

It's a Reporters Inc. Original: What Katelyn Saw | When A Child Claimed to See Abuse at My Day Care, My Life Was Nearly Destroyed

The Texas city of Lubbock will unveil a monument to Timothy Cole who died in prison after being wrongfully convicted for rape.

The Texas city of Lubbock will unveil a monument to Timothy Cole who died in prison after being wrongfully convicted for rape.

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