Candidate recruits include a former Republican jurist
Criner and the system try to adjust to a mistaken conviction
Ten years brings the Texas justice system to its senses. Roy Criner's free.
After ten years, prosecutors finally concede that Roy Criner is not guilty and should be free
He wouldn't eat it, so they did!
It doesn't matter that other courts and D.A.'s have cleared wrongly convicted inmates. Roy Criner's case is in Montgomery County, Texas.
The case against him died from lack of evidence. But Texas still plans to execute Odell Barnes.
The evidence points away from Roy Criner's guilt in a savage crime. But the state still has what counts most -- a conviction.