Published in Health Business Week, October 23rd, 2009
In 1956, American Catherine Evans returns home to find that her English husband, David, has been murdered. When her fingerprints are discovered on the knife lodged in his side, she is taken to trial and spends the next 12 years in Holloway prison.
Decades later, in 1995, when Catherine is 65, she learns of new DNA technology that is exonerating many criminals wrongfully convicted. She leaves her home in Vermont and heads back to...
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