Wrongfully convicted: October 10, 2013
Exonerated: May 1, 2017
Marwin McHenry was wrongfully convicted in 2013 of attempted murder for a shooting that occurred in Detroit in 2012. He was exonerated in 2017, after the true shooter credibly confessed to a prosecution investigator, and the prosecution joined the Innocence Clinic’s motion to vacate the conviction and dismiss all charges.
More details available at:
- The National Registry of Exonerations: Marwin McHenry
- Michigan Law School News: "Michigan Innocence Clinic Client Marwin McHenry Released"
- Detroit Free Press: "Detroit man freed from prison after convictions tossed"
- Detroit Free Press: "Two former inmates win judgments against state in wrongful imprisonment suits"