Tag Archives: wrongful convictions
In February, Chris Scott confronted the man whose crime put him in prison.
Ed Graf had waited 25 years for a chance to prove his innocence, and late last week, he finally got it.
New results show Claude Jones was put to death on flawed evidence.
Warren Horinek was a vicious drunk with a history of threatening his wife. But his conviction for murdering her was based on junk science–like thousands of others.
Flawed arson evidence may have sent hundreds of innocent people to prison.
Is Alfredo Guardiola in prison for a crime he didn’t commit?
Ed Graf was sentenced to life for burning his two young stepsons alive. Two decades later, science may exonerate him.
Curtis Severns is serving 27 years for an arson he almost certainly didn’t commit. Sloppy fire science put him there.