Wrongfully Convicted: 18 Cases You Should Know

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Bernard Webster

Bernard Webster was charged and convicted for the 1982 home invasion and rape of a woman in Towson, Maryland. Misleading testimony from the forensic scientist at the trial would convince the jury to convict Webster for a crime he did not commit. In November 2002, after nearly 20 years in prison, the prosecution agreed to vacate Webster’s conviction after new DNA testing proved his innocence. (Photo: Bernard Webster)

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