Wrongly convicted man says he walked out of prison a better person, talks about faith

by | Aug. 09, 2011

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For Utah resident Ted White, the past 13 years of his life have been like being on a treadmill. “You think it’s over, and then it’s not over."

He spent five years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. He went through three trials and to several courts to get his conviction overturned. “I think proving conspiracy is very difficult to do, and we were able to do that with a jury of my peers that heard the evidence,” he said.

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