14 Years Old When He Confessed, Davontae Sanford To Be Released After Judge Vacates 2008 Quadruple Murder ConvictionSanford was 14 years old when he approached police at the scene and was arrested.
Family, Innocence Project Seek To Have New Trial In Murder Case After Another Person Admits To CrimeSanford, who was 14 at the time, is developmentally disabled and his family says he was coerced by authorities to confess while in custody without a parent or an attorney present.
Michigan Supreme Court Revives Bid For DNA Test In '88 Oakland County Murder CaseThe Michigan appeals court has been ordered to take another look at a request for DNA tests in a 1988 homicide in Oakland County.
Law School Helps Imprisoned Oakland County Man Fight 1989 Murder ConvictionA group of students at Western Michigan University's Cooley Law School could help a man imprisoned for nearly 30 years get a new lease on life.
Ex-Convict Pleads With Governor To Clear His Name; Innocence Project Seeks Justice “You know, I’m suffering, my family’s suffering. I just want to be cleared, man. I want the governor to see that this is not what really happened and be cleared so I can move on with my life.”

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