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"After Innocence" is a 2005 American documentary film about men who were exonerated from death row by DNA evidence. Directed by Jessica Sanders, the film took the Special Jury Prize at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producers: Jessica Sanders & Marc H. Simon
- written by Jessica Sanders & Marc H. Simon
- cinematography by Bestor Cram, Shana Hagan, Bob Richmond & Buddy Squires
- music by Charles Bernstein
- genres: Documentary film, Crime Fiction, Political cinema, Culture & Society, Law & Crime, Biographical film
- subject: Social issues
- released in (10 years ago)
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American Criminal Courts (2013)
Legal Process and Social Context by Casey Welch, John Randolph Fuller
• After Innocence is a documentary about erroneous convictions, the exonerations based on DNA and the work of the Innocence Project, and the struggles of those released from prison to reintegrate into society . The film focuses on ...
by Helen Taylor Greene, Shaun L. Gabbidon
The center held an “after innocence” party featuring the award-winning documentary, After Innocence, which chronicled the lives of men exonerated and released from prison based on DNA evidence. David Shepard, an exoneree from New Jersey featured in the film, was present to answer questions along with Alan Newton, who was exonerated after serving 22 years; Newton is currently a student at Medgar Evers College, CUNY. To highlight the injustice of the November 25, 2006, ...
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