Elvis Brooks had an alibi for the night of the deadly robbery — and 12 other people to back up his account.
After more than 35 years behind bars—made longer by his claim of innocence—Phillip Tallio will finally get an appeal next year.
The claim that a suspect's teeth can be matched to a mark on a body is junk forensic science, but it still put innocent people in jail.
When Richard Anthony Jones heard he shared an uncanny resemblance with a fellow inmate, he realized he might be serving time for a doppelganger's crime.
Advances in DNA testing freed a Cleveland, Ohio man who thought he'd be spending his life in prison.
Inside an investigator's hunt for a key witness that could prove someone innocent.
The Texas Forensic Science Commission has recommended a moratorium on bite-mark analysis until further research can establish whether it's actually reliable.
After spending 26 and a half years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, boxer Dewey Bozella has lots of post incarceration plans.
Guy Miles is still in prison for robbing a bank, even though two men have since confessed to the crime and say he wasn't involved. How does this happen?