Recent studies suggest that children under 18 are two to three times more likely to falsely confess than adults.
The Hennepin County criminal complaint against ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin described how George Floyd could not breathe prior to his restraint, prompting legal speculation that the charges against Chauvin may not hold up in court.
Senator Chris Van Hollen said he supports holding the articles of impeachment from the Senate until Republicans agree to call witnesses and review documents—otherwise it's a "rigged trial."
Twenty years after being declared "actually innocent" in the drive-by shooting of 19-year-old Karen Summers, Demarco Carpenter was charged with shooting with intent to kill an acquaintance in North Tulsa.
MSNBC's Brian Williams and Nicole Wallace interrupted Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham's claim there was "no collusion" found in Robert Mueller's report, offering a rare real-time fact-check Wednesday.
"This is not the end of the Mueller investigation. This is just the beginning. It looks like the Mueller report really is a road map for Congress," said the executive director of Republicans for the Rule of Law.
"I didn't deserve any of that stuff that you all did to me," John Bunn said.
A Bronx man is being freed after prosecutors admit a redacted police report they gave to defense attorneys was missing information that would have helped him.
The state with the highest number of exonerations was Texas, with 54, followed by New York with 17 and Illinois with 13.
In the past 20 years, overturned convictions in the U.S. have risen by over 300 percent.