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.
Relief, gratitude, paranoia, and keeping a butcher's knife under your pillow.
A man with learning difficulties was identified in relation to a woman's murder. Then he was failed by his own lawyers and shady prosecutors.
Samuel Gross, law professor and editor of the National Registry of Exonerations, explains how pervasive misconduct is in America's criminal justice system.
In 2001, 20-year-old Marlon Howell was found guilty in a racially-charged murder trial that shook New Albany, Mississippi. Fourteen years later, he continues to maintain his innocence.