"Barry Scheck: Fighting for Innocence"
airs: Saturday June 29 at 9:30 am
This Week on Due Process
On week two of our summer run on Thirteen - and Part II of our award-winning exoneration series - Barry Scheck's 20 years of DNA innocence work is the focus, with Scheck as the only guest for an in-depth, candid interview with Hosts Raymond Brown and Sandra King.
Scheck's New York-based Innocence Project has worked to free hundreds of wrongly imprisoned inmates, eclipsing his more controversial image as the DNA expert on the OJ Simpson "dream team."
One of the nation's most famous legal figures, Scheck shares the elation of winning an innocent person's freedom, as well as the emotional toll of the years spent working on each case.
**Next Saturday, on Part III: Exoneration - The Quincy Spruell Struggle**
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