In 1994, Alan Beaman was convicted of the murder of his ex-girlfriend and spent 13 years in prison for the crime.
Through the work of the Center on Wrongful Convictions at the Northwestern University School of Law, the Illinois Supreme Court reversed the conviction last May, citing the weakness of the evidence against Beaman.
A panel of those involved in the effort to clear Beaman's name recently reunited at the law school to discuss their experiences with the case.
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