21,587 drug cases headed for dismissal after Mass. chemist falsified evidence for years
The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts said it will be the largest dismissal of wrongful convictions as a result of one case in U.S. history.
Amanda Knox: Why Do Innocent Women Confess to Crimes They Didn’t Commit?
Very little is known about how different genders experience criminal investigations differently—but is it time for this to change?
Was an Innocent Man Sent to Prison for Killing a Cop 46 Years Ago?
Cleve Heidelberg says his only mistake on a fateful night in 1970 was lending his car to a cop killer. Forty-six years later, he's still in prison.
What Life Is Like After 46 Years on Death Row
Iwao Hakamada spent 46 years on death row for a crime he didn't commit. After his release in 2014, at age 78, director Kim Sungwoong documented his reintroduction to the outside.
What Happens When the Government Takes 20 Years of Your Life
A man who was wrongfully convicted of sexual assault reflects on the suicide of a fellow exoneree and how the system fails people like them.
How a Broken System Kept an Innocent Man Behind Bars for 25 Years
An intellectually-disabled man who was already on crutches from a previous shooting somehow got fingered for a woman's murder. Then he was failed by his own lawyers and shady prosecutors.