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Lamonte McIntyre

Lamonte McIntyre

In 1994, Lamonte McIntyre (pictured with his mother, Rosie) was sentenced to life in prison for a double murder in Kansas City, Kansas that occurred when he was 17. He was exonerated in 2017 after several witnesses identified the real killer, and new evidence showed that the prosecution had concealed statements from witnesses that he was not the gunman. Photo: dpa/The Kansas City Star/AP
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Just Wrong

Just Wrong

​In this short film from the National Institute of Justice, exonerees like Fernando Bermudez and Gloria Killian, and crime victims like Tomeshia Artis and Peggy Carter talk about how wrongful convictions affect people throughout the criminal justice process.

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John Horton

John Horton

In 1995, John Horton was sentenced to life in prison without parole for a murder and robbery in Rockford, Illinois that took place when he was 17. He was exonerated in 2017 with the help of the Exoneration Project based on evidence that his cousin committed the crime, and because the prosecution concealed evidence that discredited one of its witnesses.
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Current Exonerations

Current Exonerations

​We feature the latest exonerations here as we find them. Clockwise from top left: Roger Dean Gillispie, Frederick Clay, Fred Weichel, and Lamarr Monson.
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Lamar Johnson

Lamar Johnson

In 2005, Lamar Johnson was sentenced to life in prison for murder in Baltimore, Maryland. He was exonerated in 2017 with the help of the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project after witnesses identified the real gunman. Photo: Lamar Johnson with his mother. Courtesy of Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project.
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Interactive Data Display

Interactive Data Display

​Use our clickable map & graph to filter and display exonerations by state, race, contributing factors, crime, year, and more.
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