MASS in the News

Dallas Morning News - Since Gaining Freedom 20 Years Ago, Woman has Helped Others do the Same, 11/01/09

NBC 5 News Dallas - Family, Friends Welcome Richard Miles Home, 10/12/09

CBS 11 TV Dallas - Celebration Held for Released Texas Prisoner, 10/12/09

CBS 11 TV Dallas - Dallas DA Agrees to Release Over Faulty Trial, 10/8/09

Dallas Morning News - Dallas Inmate Set to be Freed after Buried Evidence Found, 10/8/09

Dallas Observer - Finally the Story of the Wrongfully Convicted Joyce Ann Brown Set to Become a Feature Film, 8/20/2009

Dallas Morning News - Exonorees Look to Texas Lawmakers to Help Right Wrongs, 5/20/2009

U.S 1 Newspaper (Princeton, NJ) - Finding the Truth that May Set Someone Free, 1/14/09

Dallas Morning News - Faulty Eyewitness Convictions Date to Early 1980s, 10/12/08 Featured Video - Spotlight:  Joyce Ann Brown

Dallas Morning News - 3 Authors Visits Kick-off Events Brimming with Stories, History, 7/27/08

Dallas Morning News - Old Cases Back to Haunt County, 5/3/08

Dallas Morning News - Dallas Man Cleared, Freed After 27 Years in Prison, 1/4/08

CBS 11 TV Dallas - Dallas Firm Helps Former Prisoners find Success, 1/4/08

Dallas Morning News - For Ex-Offenders, A Place to Turn, 11/27/07

Texas Young Lawyer's Association, Liberty Bell Award, 11/27/07

Dallas Morning News - Watkins Defends '87 Case, 7/6/07

Dallas Morning News - Further Review of Cases a Hard Sell, 7/5/07

WFAA TV - Dallas Considers More Jobs for Ex-Cons, 5/10/07

FlaLaw Magazine - Wrongly Imprisoned for Murder, Author Asks Law Students to be Fair, 11/20/2006

Dallas Morning News - Giving Former Inmates a Fresh Start, 7/14/06

University of Alabama News:  "Justice Denied" Lecture by Joyce Ann Brown at UA and Stillman College Will Explore Wrongful Imprisonment, 2/26/03

Dallas Observer - Cell Bloc Voting, 12/18/03

Open Society Institute - New Death Penalty Play:  "They Exonerated" Features Post-Performance "Q & A" with Experts and Audience, 10/17/02

Dallas Morning News - Groups to Honor Dallas Woman Who Was Wrongly Convicted, 11/3/1999

New York Times - Freedom for Another Dallas Prisoner, 2/16/90


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