Jerry Miller marks the 200th person to be freed from jail thanks to DNA testing. The Innocence Project, a national litigation and public policy organization dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted people, has begun a month-long campaign to celebrate the lives given back to those wrongfully convicted of crimes. The full list is available at www.innocenceproject.org/200.
Miller was convicted of raping a woman in a parking garage. A police officer, who thought that Miller resembled the composite sketch of the rapist put him in a lineup, and Miller was erroneously identified. He was convicted and served 24.5 years before DNA testing proved his innocence. (Innocence Project/Lisa Ross)