Eight Miles, A Time-Stamped Receipt And An Overturned Conviction Lead To A Lawsuit
Herbert Alford was wrongly convicted of second-degree murder and spent nearly five years in prison. Now, he's suing Hertz Corp. for failing to turn over a receipt that corroborated his alibi.
35 Years After Wrongful Conviction, Darryl Hunt’s Legacy Of Hope Remains
With thousands of young demonstrators marching in Winston-Salem to protest the police killing of George Floyd, an older generation in Winston-Salem is looking back.
Jury Awards $27 Million To Massachusetts Man Wrongfully Convicted Of Murder
Mark Schand spent nearly 30 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. He considers the vindication more important than the money.
Wrongfully Convicted And Jailed 38 Years, Fred Clay Gets $1 Million Payout
"It is a great day for justice and it is a great day for Mr. Clay," said attorney Jeffrey Harris. The payout is the highest amount allowed under a revised state law on regarding wrongful conviction.
WFU Law Professor Praises Pardons Of Former Death Row Inmates
Gov. Pat McCrory has pardoned two men who had been wrongly convicted in the rape and killing of a young girl.