NPR featured a story on Betty Ann Waters . Ms. Water’s brother was wrongfully convicted of a murder he didn’t commit. DNA evidence proved he did not do it 18 years later. In an effort to exonerate her brother , Ms. Waters goes to law school , gets her degree and later frees her brother. I hope to get to see the movie soon. It’s a great story of a sister fighting against all odds to prove her brother innocent. It is also another example of the rush to judgment to convict citizens with the slimmest of evidence.
The movie " Conviction" is based upon here story. Read the review here.