Chicago. A man has been innocently imprisoned - for more than twenty years. All appeals have been rejected, and he is condemned to serving a life sentence. His only chance is a handful of law students. At the Northwestern University, several groups of students are working on cases that even top American lawyers don't dare to tackle: cases of innocence without DNA proof. These are real life legal exercises: there is no evidence of the guilt of the people they look after - but no evidence of their innocence either - only the prisoners' own statement.
|Formats:||Digital Copy, DVD|
|Running Time:||52 min.|
|Theme:||Conflicts, Crime, Law and Justice, Society|
|Editor(s):||Stine Sonne Munch, see all »|