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Daniel Rodriguez

Daniel Rodriguez

Daniel Rodriguez, of Chicago, Illinois, was convicted of murder in 1993. He was released from prison in 2008 and exonerated in 2022 by evidence that a detective physically abused him until he gave a false confession.(Photo: Chicago Tribune)
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Thomas James

Thomas James

Thomas James was convicted in 1991 of murder in Miami, Florida. He was exonerated in 2022 after an investigation by GQ magazine suggested he was mistakenly arrested because he shared the same name with a man who was a more likely suspect.(Photo: NBC 6 South Florida)
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Abraham Bolden

Abraham Bolden

In 1964, Abraham Bolden, the first Black U.S. Secret Service agent, was sentenced to six years in prison after he was convicted of soliciting a $50,000 bribe. He was pardoned in 2022 by President Joe Biden because a prosecution witness admitted lying during Bolden's trial.(Photo: Blackpast)
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Terance Calhoun

Terance Calhoun

In 2007, Terance Calhoun was sentenced to 17 to 32 years in prison after pleading guilty to two sexual assaults in Detroit, Michigan. He was exonerated in 2022 by the discovery that DNA testing in 2007 had excluded him from one of the crimes, but the test results were never disclosed.(Photo: Mandi Wright/Detroit Free Press)
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