Joyce Ann Brown

  • Blogs

    August 21, 2009

    Eyewitness News: The AP Looks at How the DPD's Changed the Way it IDs Suspects

    ​We began Thursday morning with the news that Brian Dennehy would be writing and directing the story of Joyce Ann Brown, a then-Koslow's Furs employee who, in 1980, was convicted of robbery and murder based almost solely on the testimony of a single eyewitness -- the wife of the slain man. Twenty- ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 20, 2009

    Finally, the Story of the Wrongly Convicted Joyce Ann Brown Set to Become a Feature Film

    ​At long last -- which is to say, close to 20 years since Joyce Ann Brown was freed from prison for a robbery and murder she did not commit -- the South Dallas woman's story will become a movie. So reports The Hollywood Reporter, which makes special note of the announced film as it marks the featu ... More >>

  • News

    February 7, 2008

    Life After DNA Exoneration

    After 27 years in prison, DNA exoneree Charles Chatman tries to pick up the pieces and catch up with a world that has left him behind

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    August 2, 2007

    Chains of Evidence

    How did Dallas convict so many innocents? With faulty eyewitnesses, sloppy police work and overzealous prosecutors.

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    December 18, 2003

    Cell-bloc Voting

    A new effort tries to unlock former felons' votes

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    September 7, 2000

    Dirty Cops, Dirty Games

    The untold story of Dallas' bigest-ever police corruption scandal. Part two of a special report.

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    July 22, 1999

    Innocence Lost

    Railroaded onto death row, Kerry Max Cook endures rapes, beatings, and suicide attempts while waiting for justice

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    January 21, 1999
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    October 29, 1998

    Dead air

    KKDA-AM silences the radio voice of black Dallas, but was anyone listening anyway?

  • News

    October 15, 1998

    The Race Not Run

    Republican Bill Hill is running against Democrat Rick Reed for district attorney. Don't think you have a choice.

  • News

    June 18, 1998

    Mr. Mellow

    John Wiley Price, the man who once toted a bullhorn in protests outside Mayor Ron Kirk's home, learns that it helps to have friends in high places