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I just freed an innocent man from death row. And I’m still furious. – Washington Post

Watching an innocent client walk out of prison is every defense lawyer’s dream, especially for those of us who represent people condemned to die. This week, I got to watch my client, Henry McCollum, North Carolina’s longest serving death row inmate, … 99 more words

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Wrongly Convicted


On June 19, 2014, the Central Park 5 reached an agreement that will pay them $40 million to settle a suit that was brought against the New York City police and prosecutors for wrongful arrest amid a racially motivated conspiracy to those five black and Latino defendants. 1,699 more words

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Suzanne McComas, P.I.: Bad Convictions

When it comes to conducting a homicide investigation, private detective Suzanne McComas prefers her cases cold. Especially when it involves a person wrongfully convicted of murder. 1,300 more words



Hi. My name is Emelia and I am the co-author of this blog. I have a few goals when creating this blog which are: to be as truthful and brutally honest as I can because in my life is it often difficult to be really honest with people when talking about Sean and our relationship. 618 more words