It's a wrap! One for Ten, a series of films about innocence and death row is now complete. The films were produced and broadcast over five weeks.
Florida’s Governor is about to receive the so-called “Timely Justice Act” that – if signed – would virtually ensure the execution of an innocent person.
What do false confessions, eyewitness misidentification, untested DNA evidence, and mistaken expert testimony have in common?
A new report shows a dramatic increase in how often prosecutors and police cooperate in helping to free people wrongfully convicted of crimes.
Kirk Bloodsworth was sentenced to death in Maryland for the brutal rape and murder of a young girl.
Equal Justice USA is proud to be a co-sponsor of One For Ten, a new series of online films that will be produced and b
Kirk Bloodsworth, the first person to be freed by DNA evidence after having been sentenced to death, appeared on the Read more
Equal Justice USA is proud to be a cosponsor of One For Ten, a new series of online films that will be produced and br
The Houston Chronicle recently released A Human Tragedy, a new photo essay chronicling the issue of wrongful con
Seth Penalver was sentenced to death in 1999. He spent 18 years in prison - for a crime he did not commit.
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