Kerry Max Cook, a subject of The Exonerated, is finally exonerated.
Who better to investigate wrongful conviction cases than exonerees?
Christopher Scott spent nearly thirteen years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. When the state realized its error and exonerated him, he used the money he received for his wrongful conviction to open a men's wear store.
Jamie Meltzer, a documentarian, talks about his new film "Freedom Fighters," about a grassroots detective agency started by a group of exonerees in Dallas.
Former state district judge Charlie Baird shares the 18-page exoneration order that he never got to issue with The Huffington Post.
In the last ten years, DNA has exonerated 32 men from Dallas County.
A clip from the PBS show's episode on Kerry Max Cook and his quest for exoneration.
Although Michael Morton was formally exonerated last year of his wife’s murder and released from prison after nearly 25 years behind bars, he has made few public comments until now. On Sunday night, in a 60 Minutes exclusive, he spoke to CBS correspondent Lara Logan about his ordeal. Morton recounted…
An interview with Michael Morton, who spent 25 years in jail after being wrongly convicted of the murder of his wife, will air on this Sunday's 60 Minutes.
Kerry Max Cook walked off death row in 1997, but he was never officially exonerated. At least not yet. He just filed a DNA motion he hopes will clear his name.
James Waller, who was exonerated 24 years after he was convicted of a crime he didn't commit, started a non-profit to help support and counsel Texas' exonerees.
State supreme court Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson appoints Texas legend Judge Louis E. Sturns to oversee the court of inquiry into Williamson County DA Ken Anderson.
What will state supreme court chief justice Wallace Jefferson do about Ken Anderson, the DA who sent an innocent man to prison? Based on these clues, Anderson is in for the fight of his life.
How the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals mistakes toughness for fairness—and gives the state a black eye.
Tyler's paper of record just published an article about former death row inmate Kerry Max Cook. Let me tell you the rest of the story.
The Court of Criminal Appeals examined the case of Richard Miles, applied common sense and legal logic, and determined that he was innocent.