Exonerees Talk to NPR at the Innocence Network Conference


More than 100 exonerees were among the 500 innocence advocates gathered in Charlotte, North Carolina, this past weekend for the 2013 Innocence Network Conference. North Carolina Public Radio’s (WUNC-91.5) The State of Things host Frank Stasio sat down with exonerees attending the conference, including Bennie Starks, Audrey Edmunds to hear about their struggle for exoneration and readjustment after their release.


Listen to Edmunds and Starks discuss their experiences, and hear Innocence Network President Keith Findley and Innocence Project Senior Staff Attorney Vanessa Potkin

describe what it was like to work on their cases


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