Jerry Miller is the 200th person to be exonerated by DNA testing in the United States. He was cleared by a Chicago judge last week, after serving 24 years in prison and 11 months on parole as a registered sex offender for a crime he didn’t commit. Tonight on PBS, he will join Bill Moyers, of the
Bill Moyers Journal
, for a special interview and report on DNA exonerations and their effect on the criminal justice system.
Innocence Project Co-Director Barry Scheck wrote a post on the show’s blog.
Read it here
Watch the show tonight at 9 p.m. EST on PBS.
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