State is the most generous in compensating exonerees; legislators ponder changes to safeguard against future false convictions. By Mike Ward … Continue reading Tab for wrongful convictions in Texas: $65 million and counting
Liz Webster Reuters/Joshua Lott When Beverly Monroe met her new neighbors in the free world after spending seven years in … Continue reading How Many Innocent People Have We Sent To Prison?
Petition by California Innocence Project Wrongful convictions are a continuing problem in the United States justice system. The news media … Continue reading Governor Jerry Brown: Grant Clemency for the California Twelve
By Denise Jackson Johnnie Savory PEORIA,IL–Johnnie Lee Savory continues his quest for DNA testing nearly 35 years since he was … Continue reading Savory files another request for DNA testing
by Brandi Grissom credit: Caleb Bryant Miller DNA testing that death row inmate Hank Skinner sought for more than a … Continue reading AG Says DNA Tests Implicate Hank Skinner in ’93 Murders
Preston Hughes is scheduled to be executed this month. Is he innocent of murder, as his defenders claim? Or did … Continue reading Framing the Guilty?
Via The Innocence Project: Damon Thibodeaux is the 300th DNA Exoneree! Damon Thibodeaux, who has been on death row in … Continue reading Damon Thibodeaux is the 300th DNA Exoneree!