Wrongful Conviction 

Wrongful Conviction explores the criminal justice system and the cases of individuals convicted of crimes they didn’t commit.

In 1999 Jon-Adrian Velazquez was convicted of the murder of a retired police officer, despite having an alibi and not matching the description of eyewitnesses. Sentenced 25 years to life, Velazquez received executive clemency after 24 years of imprisonment.

Exonerated after spending 19 years in jail, Huwe Burton was convicted of the murder of his mother. Burton's conviction was largely based on false confessions coerced by NYPD detectives.