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Keyon Sprinkle

Keyon Sprinkle

Keyon Sprinkle and Clarence Williams, both of Boston, Massachusetts, were convicted of murder and accessory to murder, respectively, in 2002. They were exonerated in 2020 after a witness recanted and other witnesses identified the real shooter. (Photo: The Boston Globe)
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Clarence Williams

Clarence Williams

Keyon Sprinkle and Clarence Williams, both of Boston, Massachusetts, were convicted of murder and accessory to murder, respectively, in 2002. They were exonerated in 2020 after a witness recanted and other witnesses identified the real shooter.
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Paul Browning

Paul Browning

In 1986, Paul Browning was sentenced to death for the robbery and murder of a jewelry store owner in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was granted a new trial and the case was dismissed in 2020 because the prosecution had failed to disclose evidence pointing to another suspect and that a witness got favorable treatment for implicating Brown. (Photo: Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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Johnetta Carr

Johnetta Carr

Johnetta Carr of Louisville, Kentucky pled guilty in 2008 to manslaughter and other crimes related to the death of her boyfriend. After the jailhouse informant who said Carr confessed to the crime recanted, Carr was pardoned by Gov. Matt Bevin in 2019.
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