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Keith Graves

Keith Graves

In 2002 Keith Graves was convicted of 13 counts of robbery and related charges in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was exonerated in 2024 after another man confessed that he, not Graves, had participated in the crime. (Graves pictured with​ his mother, Ponchita DuPree)
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Steven Carrington

Steven Carrington

In 1996, Steven Carrington was convicted of second-degree murder and robbery in Brooklyn, New York. He was exonerated in 2024, after new evidence supported Carrington's claim that the state's eyewitness misidentified him at trial and another man was the actual criminal. Carrington pictured with his mother, Richardene Carrington. (Photo: Barry Williams for New York Daily News)​
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Matthew Chavez

Matthew Chavez

In 2018, Matthew Chavez was sentenced to 23 1/2 years in prison for the fatal shooting of a man at an ATM in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was granted a new trial and was acquitted at a retrial based on evidence that Chavez acted in self-defense.​
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Willie Billinger

Willie Billinger

In 2018, Willie Billinger was sentenced to 60 years in prison for a double murder in Baltimore, Maryland. He was granted a new trial and the charges were dismissed in 2024 because the prosecution had failed to disclose that the lead detective had been disciplined in the past for filing a false report. (Photo: Kaitlin Newman/The Baltimore Banner) ​
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