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Seven Arts Entertainment CEO Peter Hoffman was facing 405 years in prison after he was found guilty of defrauding Louisiana's state tax-credit program of $1.13 million. READ MORE
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The Netflix series focal point lists numerous reasons why he did not receive a fair trial. READ MORE
Downey was among 91 people receiving pardons. READ MORE
His legal team plans to appeal the murder conviction in South Africa's highest court. READ MORE
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The supreme Court of Cassation overturned last year's convictions by a Florence appeals court, and declined to order another trial. READ MORE
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The film stars Kate Beckinsale in a fictionalized adaptation of Barbie Latza Nadeau's book about Knox's original murder trial, and a promo trailer will be shown to foreign buyers at the upcoming European Film Market. READ MORE
An Italian court sentenced Knox, who published a memoir last year, to 28 1/2 years in prison for the 2007 murder of her British roommate.
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After years of media attention, an appeals court finally vacates the 2005 murder conviction of Ryan Ferguson. READ MORE
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A struggling mother puts herself through law school to overturn a wrongful conviction that has put her brother behind bars.
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