PHOTOS: Men Done Wrong By The Law

After spending years in jail, these men finally get a taste of sweet freedom.

Men Done Wrong By The Justice System

Alan Newton 21 years
Clarence Harrison 17.5 years
Orlando Boquete 13 years
Innocence Project Portraits
Robert Clark 23.5 years
Brandon Moon 17 years
Michael Anthony William 23.5 years
James Waller 10 years
Dennis Maher 19 years
Albert Johnson 10 years
Chris Ochoa 11.5 years
Marvin Anderson 15 years
Herman Atkins 11.5 years
Kenneth Wyniemko 8.5 years
Larry Peterson 16.5 years
Samuel Scott 15 years
Walter Smith 10 years
Willie "Pete" Williams 21.5 years
Clark McMillan 22 years
Innocence Project Portraits
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)

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