An exonerated person is one whose conviction for a crime is thrown out because of evidence of innocence that the judge or jury didn’t know about when the person was convicted AND who is then either not re-prosecuted, or is  acquitted at a re-trial.

A full definition is provided by the National Registry of Exonerations.

Exonerated Clients

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Unanimous Jury

Faced the Death Penalty

Mistaken Eyewitness ID

Incentivized / False Witness Testimony

False Confessions / "Guilty" Statements

Bad Lawyering (Prosecution & Defense)

Faulty or Unreliable Forensic Science