For Anthony Graves, this New Year’s Eve will have special meaning. It will be the first in 16 years that he can envision a future for himself as a free man.
Today, a diverse group of over 50 former governors, judges, prosecutors, victims’ family members, and exonerees from Texas and across the country filed a brief with the Texas courts highlighting the
Yesterday we posted a story about a hearing in Texas on whether the state’s death penalty system is too risk
The Texas courts took up a case yesterday to determine whether the risk of executing an innocent person makes the whole death penalty system unconstitutional.
Claude Jones always said he was innocent of the murder of Allen Hilzendager in an East Texas liquor store.
This is a critical moment in the Illinois campaign to end the death penalty. Last week, a bill (S.B. 3539) was amended to abolish the death penalty in Illinois.
New evidence casts doubt on whether Claude Jones, who was executed in 2000, committed the murder for which he was sentenced to die.
PBS’ Frontline investigates the ‘Norfolk four’ – four current and former members of the US Navy who were convicted of rape and murder in Virginia in 1997.
Anthony Graves spent 18 years in a Texas prison - 12 on death row - for a crime he did not commit. Last week he became the 139th person to be exonerated after being sentenced to death.
Anthony Graves spent 18 years in a Texas prison, 12 on death row, for a crime he did not commit. Last week he was finally exonerated and released.
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