New Television Show "Wrongfully Convicted" to begin filming

“Wrongfully Convicted” will feature real life stories told in first and second person narrative by the wrongfully accused and participating friends, family and investigators – each who have some key piece of the story. Creator Krista Cheek.
 
Aug. 6, 2011 - PRLog -- Episodes will replay the real-life stories of the wrongfully convicted unlucky enough to be sent to prison for ; and of otherwise competent and professional adults who thought they were in control of their lives until they encountered a judicial system that convicted them, then overturned the conviction through the same legal system that took away years of their lives.   By watching “Wrongfully Convicted” viewers will relive the dramatic experiences of those who have found themselves unfairly targeted for crimes they did not commit and will watch the sometimes shocking outcomes of their stories.

One of the stories that will be showcased will be Milagros Maldonado whom was sent to jail for two years before she was released because DNA proved that she was not the killer.

The story of a mother losing two years of her life touched creator/writer Krista Cheek whom partnered with Whitelight Productions to make this historic show.

Grabbing stories from today’s headlines, this ground-breaking series dares viewers to take a 30 minute walk in the shoes of men, women and children who have been wrongfully convicted of a crime and through the legal system finally having that conviction reversed.”   Featuring the true stories of wrongfully convicted victims, “Wrongfully Convicted” will leave its viewers astounded at how being convicted of a crime you did not commit and going to jail for it, can wreak havoc in the life of an unsuspecting victim.  The audience will marvel as the “face” of the justice system morphs, story-to-story. National Geographic’s “Locked Up Abroad” series meets the post-investigation based approach of NBC’s “Dateline ID” in “Wrongfully Convicted” – a series based on real people, real stories, real life…

Filming to begin August 08, 2011
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