This is a list of notable overturned convictions in the United States.
== Alabama ==
Bill Wilson was convicted of the 1912 murder of his wife and child and sentenced to life in jail. He was exonerated in 1918 when they were both found living in Indiana.
The Scottsboro Boys were nine black juveniles convicted of an alleged 1931 rape of a white girl, eight of whom were initially sentenced to die by the electric chair. All were later either pardoned or had their convictions overturned.
Anthony Ray Hinton was wrongfully convicted in 1985 of the murder two men in Birmingham and sentenced to death. The Supreme Court ruled in 2014 that his defence was inadequate and he was exonerated in 2015 by a Jefferson Court judge after spending nearly 30 years in jail.〔Phillip, Abbey (3 April 2015) (Alabama inmate free after three decades on death row. How the case against him unraveled. ) The Washington Post, Retrieved 9 April 2015〕
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