When the Innocent Plead Guilty

The 31 individuals listed below pled guilty to crimes they didn’t commit— usually seeking to avoid the potential for a long sentence (or a death sentence). They served a combined total of more than 150 years in prison before they were exonerated:

Phillip Bivens


Bobby Ray Dixon

pled guilty to a 1979 Mississippi rape and murder they didn’t commit. After the two men were threatened with the death penalty, they testified against a third innocent defendant,

Larry Ruffin

, and received life sentences. DNA testing obtained by Innocence Project New Orleans led to the three men’s exonerations in 2010. Sadly, Dixon and Ruffin died before their names were cleared.

Marcellius Bradford

served more than six years in Illinois prison for a murder he didn’t commit. He pled guilty and testified against his co-defendants in exchange for a 12-year sentence. Bradford later said he was threatened with a life sentence and coerced to pled guilty and testify. When DNA testing freed Bradford and his three co-defendants in 2001, it also implicated the two men who actually committed the crime.

Keith Brown

falsely confessed and pled guilty to a North Carolina rape in 1993. He was sentenced to 35 years in prison but was freed after DNA proved his innocence in 1997.

John Dixon

pled guilty to a rape he didn’t commit and spent 10 years in New Jersey prison before DNA testing proved his innocence. After pleading guilty, he asked the judge to withdraw his plea and hold a trial, but the motion was denied and he was sentenced to 45 years in prison.

Anthony Gray

falsely confessed to a Maryland rape after interrogating officers told him that two other men had implicated him. He would plead guilty and serve seven years in prison before DNA testing proved his innocence.

Eugene Henton

served 18 months in Texas prison for a 1984 sexual assault he didn’t commit. He pled guilty in exchange for an 18-month sentence and was freed after serving his sentence. Once free, Henton continued to seek DNA testing in his case and finally obtained the tests that proved his innocence in 2006.

Dwayne Jackson

served nearly four years in Nevada prisons for a crime he didn’t commit. He pled guilty after DNA tests allegedly tied him to a robbery. In 2010, a database hit from another crime revealed that the sample had been switched at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Crime Lab, and the evidence from the crime scene actually excluded Jackson.

Kenneth Kagonyera


Robert Wilcoxson

spent ten years in North Carolina prisons for murder they did not commit. Kagonyera and Wilcoxson pled guilty in order to avoid life sentences. In 2011, newly tested DNA evidence proved their innocence.

William Kelly

pled guilty to third-degree murder for allegedly killing a 25-year-old woman in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He served two years in prison before DNA testing linked another man to the killing, as well as other murders, clearing Kelly. He was freed in 1993.

Michael Marshall

pled guilty in 2008 to stealing a truck in Georgia after he was identified by an eyewitness. He was sentenced to ten years in prison, but was freed in December 2009 after DNA testing obtained by the Georgia Innocence Project proved his innocence and pointed to the identity of the real perpetrator.

Christopher Ochoa

falsely confessed and pled guilty to murder in Texas that he didn’t commit. He testified against his co-defendant to avoid a possible death sentence, and served nearly 12 years in prison before DNA testing led to his exoneration – and also identified the real perpetrator in the case.

James Ochoa

pled guilty to a 2005 California carjacking he didn’t commit to avoid a possible sentence of 25 years to life if convicted at trial. Ten months after his conviction, DNA testing proved his innocence and implicated the real perpetrator of the crime.

Michael Phillips


was the only suspect in the rape of a 16-year-old white girl that occurred at the motel where he worked and lived. Philips, who is black, and was misidentified by the victim in a photo lineup, feared a jury would take her word over his and agreed to a plea bargain to avoid a lengthy prison sentence. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 12 years in prison. He was exonerated when semen from the victim’s rape kit excluded him as the source in July of 2014.

Steven Phillips

was convicted of a string of sexual assaults in Texas in 1982 and 1983 that DNA now shows he didn’t commit. After a jury convicted him of two crimes based on eyewitness misidentification, Phillips pled guilty to nine additional crimes to avoid what amounted to a life sentence. DNA testing finally led to his exoneration – and pointed to the identity of the real perpetrator – 25 years later.

Rodney Roberts

 pleaded guilty to kidnapping after police said a

 rape victim picked Roberts out of a photo lineup. He was sentenced to seven years in prison. In 2007, the case was remanded back to court and the victim denied she picked any suspect out of a photo lineup. In 2013, DNA testing was preformed which excluded Roberts from the crime. He was exonerated and released in March of 2014.

Mandel Rogers


arrested in 1997 and charged in relation to three separate armed robberies and one armed robbery and sexual assault. In 1999 he was convicted of two of the charges and took a plea for the other two for a reduced sentence of 12 years. In 2010 DNA evidence from the sexual assault was run through the CODIS DNA database and hit to another offender. 

Rogers filed state petitions for writs of habeas corpus in all four of his convictions seeking to vacate his no-contest pleas. 

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals granted the writ for and vacated the robbery and sexual assault case but denied the writs for the three other cases.

Shainne Sharp


Robert Lee Veal

pled guilty to first-degree murder in 1992 and accepted 20-year sentences in order to avoid harsher sentences. The 15-year-old Veal confessed without the presence of his parents or counsel, and Sharp confessed after 21 hours in custody; the two confessions were contradictory. In 2011, the State’s Attorney’s Office dismissed all charges against Veal, Sharp, and the three other men wrongly convicted of the Chicago-area murder:

Jonathan Barr


Robert Taylor

, and

James Harden


Vincent Thames

pled guilty to a 1994 Chicago rape and murder in exchange for 30 years in prison, after seeing three other men—

Terrill Swift


Harold Richardson

, and

Michael Saunders

—tried and sentenced to 40 years each for the same crime. In 2011, all four of their convictions were vacated after DNA evidence implicated another man.

Jerry Frank Townsend

, a man with severe mental disabilities, falsely confessed and pled guilty to six murders and one rape in Florida in the 1970s and was sentenced to life in prison. He served nearly 22 years before DNA testing led to his exoneration.

David Vasquez

served four years in prison for a 1984 Virginia murder he didn’t commit. Vasquez, who is borderline mentally impaired, allegedly made a false admissions of guilt during a police interrogation and pled guilty in exchange for a 35-year sentence. He was exonerated in 1989. 

A Texas jury wrongfully convicted

Patrick Waller

of aggravated robbery in December 1992 and sentenced him to life in prison. In order to avoid additional prison time, he then pled guilty to two aggravated kidnapping charges related to the same incident in exchange for a sentence to be served concurrently.

John Kenneth Watkins

was exonerated in 2010 when DNA testing obtained by the Arizona Justice Project proved his innocence of a 1993 rape. After four hours of police interrogations, Watkins confessed to a rape he did not commit. He then pled guilty to avoid a potential long sentence and served six years in prison before he was finally cleared.

Arthur Lee Whitfield

was charged with two Norfolk, Virginia, rapes in 1981. He was misidentified by both victims and after being convicted of the first rape he pled guilty to the second in exchange for a lighter sentence. He served more than 22 years before DNA testing proved his innocence and led to his freedom.

Thomas Winslow

and five others –

Joseph White


Ada Taylor


Debra Sheldon


Kathy Gonzalez


James Dean

– were convicted in Nebraska in 1989 of a murder they didn’t commit. Five of the six defendants – all except White – pled guilty to the crime. Taylor, Sheldon, Gonzalez and Dean falsely confessed and testified against White at his trial.  The six defendants were exonerated when DNA testing conducted in 2008 proved their innocence and pointed to the identity of the actual perpetrator.



  2. Cara Badie

    Please I need help finding someone who can help me they have lock up my son on charges that is not tire they haven’t came and talk to his witness they keep telling him they don’t have no DNA but they won’t let him out can you please let me know if it is someone I can talk to

  3. CJ Hudson

    They do it all the time! Officers inflate charges (accepted as truth, allegations made by accuser- when making arrest)- hoping one will stick or thinking that it will work its way out in the wash, when the prosecutor reviews it. But it still results in a felony arrest- BEFORE the plea deal is ‘offered’ (actually they use the plea deal to ‘get something to stick’). It’s a game to them. It’s a life to someone else. They’ve become drunk, and toxic, w/ their own egos and cynicism. They have NO idea, the damage that they’re doing. We can’t keep allowing these things to happen. We can’t!

  4. Sally Ride

    This is frightening. My son is an ex con from an incident when he was 20. Even with a college degree he could not get a job. 130 IQ. So he becomes a handyman. He has only 5 star reviews about his work. He worked this career for 6 years and not a single negative remark. An old woman sees him working at our rental and begs him to build her a deck. She pays with credit card and loves him and the work . She texts him this. She hires him for 2nd small project, loves the work, texts this and pays with credit card. Then a third same scenario, same glowing texts. Finally she hires him to do a $12,000 bath remodel. She texts,and begs him. He texts back I am not contractor, she texts she cant afford permit and contractor. He says beis not liscensced . Reluctantly, you can see this in texts, he agrees. He starts the grueling job , using a shovel to dig out 5 feet of dirt to get to plumbing lines. They go together to Lowes. She buys all the supplies including a coke for him. She sigs for it. She does this twice. Then she decides this is too much trouble a d TEXTS him that her credit card is on the counter, could he just use it and sign her name and get what he needs. He does this. (Scary music now) He finishes job, she texts she loves it. She pays with credit card. 1 month goes by and he hears from credit card company that she is disputing the $12,000 . He texts her several times asking if she needs him to fix something. She does not give anything and texts she has no money. He goes to her house and asks what needs fixing. He does state in firm terms he will get his money. She slams the door in his face. A few weeks later he gets restaining order!! Then she disputes all of her charges. The credit card sides with my son.THEN she goes to the police and have him arrested for working without a liscence, pretending to be a contractor ,forging her redit card, theft by conversion from credit card, and scamming an elderly person. We try to show email to police, woukdnt even look!! We tried to show to jusge at bail hearing and He would’t listen or look. DA makeshimookike repeat offender with 5 counts. So judge denies bail and next hearing set in 6 months. We feel the emails prove the old lady is the one scamming, trying to get out of paying $30,000 in bills! His lawyer said he will be found guilty of not having liscence etc andmaybeeven the forgery even with text permission. He said jury will belie e old lady and he should plea d out. Unfortunately, we know he is right due NOT TO THESE charges, but his record. He wouldnt even get chance to testify because jury will then learn he is excon, an old lady will be credible. So we are considering guilty is best chance for lighter sentence. Petrified of forgery charge. We so want a jury to see the text messages, but the risk is just too great. He has supportive wife and darling 3 year old. Everyone that reads the texts say it is clear cut. But the “penalty of trial” justooms too large. May take full page ad of texts after court decides. Want the public to know!!,

  5. MzMorgan

    I pled guilty! My husband had me arrested by lying, stating to the police that I was his estranged wife and I didn’t live in our home, and the car I trashed was only his. In court I was offered a lesser criminal charge. The case was supposed to be civil because we are married. Now there is a no contact order of protection, where I am the perp. My husband spit on me and then grab me an ripped my shirt off outside, to get his hands off me, I hit him once and lift a small sctratch on his face. I pled guilty because my attorney told me it was best, I wanted to fight the case but, because I work for the city; I was told just to take the deal. I want to know how or who can I write to to get this overturned. I was thrown out of our home with all my children and he took everything. I filed for my divorce but I think the judge is helping him because of the order of protection. I just want this overturned can someone please help me.

  6. Hello my name is Michelle Dawson my son took a plea to avoid,25 years on a ,CNC1 the prosecution lawyer cheated my son out of his life. They kept him in jail for One year and they raised his bond so we could not get him out. The first case he was 12 again no proof just here say. My son is doing 8years
    For a crime that supposed to sexualy assaulted a girl 10 years ago . They made sure that we the defense team did not testify in his behalf . The trial started on Monday we was told that we did not have to be there to testify till Wednesday
    On Tuesday they had the girls testify. My son had nothing none of the 13 defense witness he was set up. They had nothing on him because they knew that the girls were lying. They had nothing on him no DNA nothing . My son was set up and he had no defense on his side. The prosecutor knew they had no case on my son only here say so they went on the first case previous he had . My son had to register as sex a fender which he was also taking off because he did what he had to be done. Now here,10 year ok later another girl who claims her father touched which his name was Aaron also.on the police report they had scramble it to comply with her lie. I am currently working my lawsuit against the State of Michigan and as soon as I get 10 000 I will be getting a lawyer to help free him because they know he is innocent. Thank you for listening to me. But God making a way for me. I will stop till my son is free
    And then I will sue the State of Michigan for wrongfully accusing this second time.

  7. I want my son out of prison
    Grand Rapids court put my son in prison for not only two crimes
    As long as I live I’m coming to get My son out of prison. And God and Jesus to help .

    • David D

      I know it has been a while since you posted this. Just wanted to let you know that I am in the same situation with Grand Rapids. I took a lesser plea to a crime I didn’t commit because if I lost at trial, the punishment could have been 20 years to life. Now I have a felony conviction and 25 year sex offender registry. And there is not a damn thing I can do about it. I pray that you get your son out of prison.

  8. I want my son out of prison
    Grand Rapids court put my son in prison for not one only but two crimes
    As long as I live I coming to get My son out of prison. And God and Jesus help .

  9. Yolanda Ashford

    My son was convicted of a crime in Port Huron Michigan that he did not do.the witness stated he was not the one and police found my son laid out by the woods and the other person was in the woods the system did not test the gun for finger prints or the Bandana to see if there was saliva there was no video of my son but one picture of the other guy in the store buying items well anyway my son was on parole doing good the court said the witness that testifies that it wasn’t my son by the witness from overseas there testifies was irrevalant the witness stated the guy that robbed him had a cross on his face a mark above his eye my son has a teardrops the prosecutor said they not reliable but the own a store in USA so they brung a pair of shoes that looks like boats my son where a size 8 half they found the Gun registration a gun holsters there was nothing at my son place.the other guy was driving my son girlfriend car when all this came to a stop the other guy gave the police access to check the car this case is crazy the guy took a plea my son facing 26 years and the other guy doing 7 years the prosecutor stated my son was the ring leader the Judge stated the other guy took a plea the other did not …

  10. Des

    My son pled guilty to aggravated assault of a child (my step-niece) to protect his grandfather( my father). My son passed the lie detector test. But he pled guilty because the DA was saying 25 yrs. to life.
    He was just 22, never been in trouble, he was scared. My son told me that my dad had molested him at the age of 18 after he had been convicted in 2014. My father has not tried to contact me or my son since 05/2012 when the accusation had come out. I believe my father did because my niece was always alone with my dad. My son and father has the same first name. All my nieces and nephews would call my son by his first and middle name. But she said the fist name only and eveyone assumed it was my son ( and couldn’t be grandpa). Since this has come out she is no longer spending time with her grandfather and for Father’s Day she never mention him on her facebook.
    He is a pastor of a church we trusted him.
    I trusted him. Never Ever in this life again..

  11. Cindy Grillo

    My youngest son pleade guilty for a drug conviction. He was the driver of the car and was pulled over for rolling a stop sign. He was with my oldest son who is a drug dealer. My youngest son was not aware. My oldest son convinced my youngest ( who had no record at the time) to take responsibility because he would just get probation, my son, the drug dealer has a record where he would go to prison. Since this has happened my youngest son has had a hard time, and has violated probation. Dec 8 is his court date, I want the truth and facts to be known and both children to be accountable for what actually happened. I’m sure you get many requests, but please understand, as a mother this is difficult, but I have always told the boys to take responsibility for their actions. My youngest is facing jail/prison time for something he is innocent of. My oldest drug dealer acts as life is great

  12. Anonymous suicide

    Forgot to mention my cousins brother that I was accused of soliciting was on my side saying it never happened, even to this day. To him I say thank you. As the only way he could testify is if his parents let him and seeing how they were the ones who accused me it wasnt happening. And since my brother was 30 secs ahead of us when heading downstairs, he couldnt be considered around for 100% duration. Life is a female dog, huh. 🙁

  13. etina hafoka

    The innocence project seems like your best bet…..remember, lawyer have hundreds of cases, the easiest way is to have who they think is guilty plead to it; because if I was a lawyer and I knew my client was innocent, I would never make them plead guilty….I would say a prayer and ask for My Heavenly Fathers help, then write down my strategy, then fight like hell with God on my side that truth and light will prevail..

    If they tell u to plead guilty, it’s because they don’t believe u…

    I would never plead guilty if I knew I was innocent…

    I think we have far removed ourselves from the creator of us all; need to go back to basics of having faith to call on him to guide us; ALWAYS!!!!…

  14. Brenda VanHalst

    Please help me I don’t know what to do to help my son . He was found quilty on a murder charge in Texas and got 47 yrs. There was no DNA or evidence against my son , they tested 40ty some items and nothing belonged to my son . I need help on what to do and where to turn. Please someone help me !!!

  15. Tiffany HENRY

    Please help me,
    I had a legal aid lawyer who I feel forced me to plead guilty and said that she wouldn’t represent me and that I would need a paid lawyer in a week’s time. I went to court today under the belief that my case was being dismissed and instead they gave me either a plead bargain or they said they was gonna charge me with an A misdemeanor and she said I would have to find someone else to represent me. I told her no at first. I told her that I was innocent and I had proof. She asked me why I didn’t say something about it before. Because I couldn’t afford a paid lawyer and I didn’t want to loose my job, I plead guilty and I’m innocent. The real person that is guilty was incarcerated for the beginning of my court case. Now I have to do community service and pay a fine for a crime i never committed. My court was today in Brooklyn on Schermerhorn Street AV-6 I’m the 8th floor. Pls tell me what I could do about this matter.

  16. T. Richardson

    Hi. I’m looking for some help for my fiance. In 2012 he was convicted of a rape that he did not commit he took a plea deal which led him to spend 10 months in jail and 10 years on probation.. There was no rape kit performed on the girl and the girl also continued to try to conversate with him during the trial In which he always avoided her. The state of Arkansas threatened him with 40 years and he took the plea. Now that we are in 2017 there are allegations of this woman saying that it was all a lie and now my fiance has to suffer for a mistake she made. I just wanted to know if there’s a way I can help him.

  17. Jeff

    I myself need help I was forced into a confession and a plea bargain for an obstruction of justice I didn\’t commit my discovery peppers even prove my innocence. I am currently stuck with a $1000 fine and 2 yrs. Probation this happened in Mansfield Louisiana.

  18. My sixteen year old son has wrongfully convicted and charged in the state of nc.. For someone\’s else\’s crime and charges. Please help him. And He\’s such a great kid and never been in trouble a day in he\’s life.

  19. Erica

    I need help as well. I’ve been reading many stories about how people are coerced into taking a plea deal but no one is providing answers because so far from what I know and have heard is that if you take a plea deal, you’ve waived having a trial in exchange for a reduction (time, charges, etc.). So even though this is a sad subject, it is a little relief to know that you’re not alone but again there’s talk but no action. It’s just not right; how can we reverse this? Who can help us? Where are the loopholes? My bf took at plea at 17 years old for something he did not do; other people’s rape charges. People are saying that they would never take a plea if they are innocent but never say what you would not do. He was threatened with up to 100 years but told at the time that if he took the plea he would be out in 10 years. Instead he got life. This guy is such a good person and we need to connect with someone that can help.

  20. Faitha Wilson

    Hello my name is faitha Wilson and my fiance Dwayne Rodgers was incarcerated for unthinkable things to my daughter that was not true and he did four years and we are trying to find a lawyer to help us with this situation please

  21. Shiryl Hardmon

    I need help with my 16 year son and his case as well….in Texas

  22. Travis C

    I was coerced into a plea agreement when I was 23 in Wyoming to the charge of 2nd degree rape on a 19 yr old woman. I was looking at 50 years in prison for a crime I did not commit. I was sentenced to 3 1/2 to 6 years and I have regretted taking the plea ever since. In my discovery the girl had changed her story several times and when they went to get the her computer they said they had already sold it and when they went to check her phone for text messages we had sent each other she had said that her phone had automatically deleted all incoming and outgoing messages, but there where still a couple messages that she had. Later while I was in prison I was put in a sex offender treatment program where I was told I had to take a polygraph which I passed saying that I did not commit the crime I was accused of. I was strapped to a chair that was rigged with sensors, with things wrapped around my chest and hooked to my fingers and a camera looking me dead in my face.

    If there is anyone who can help me get this overturned or looked into. I don’t know if there is anything that can be done, but I would like to at least try. I can barely find work and I now have a 15 month old baby he shouldn’t have to suffer from this.

  23. Tracy

    I plead guilty because my public defender scared me into the what ifs. It was for workers comp and I have witnesses to everything. I need pointed into the right direction for someone to help me.

  24. Chas

    I too accepted a plea bargain simply out of fear of going to prison for a crime I did not commit. In hindsight I wish I had elected to go to trial. I know if this could happen to me then surely it has and continues to happen every day,

    My original charge of disorderly conduct (I yelled at a guy) was sent back and the charge was elevated to a felony based on the testimony of this guy whom happened to serve a prison sentence and stated via social media that he was going to ruin me.

    A grand jury did all this while I was working on the east coast and never bothered to notify me. Instead a warrent was issued and 11 month later while visiting home I was pulled over and arrested.

    I have no real words of confidence for any one. God knows that the moment that information comes up no one will ever see beyond that conviction. If that paper could speak to my defense it would have much to say. Of course people who truly know me know with confidence that this was fabricated by a young man who was out to punish me solely because I stood up to him and was not going to allow him to hit me the way he has been convicted of hitting women. (Served 3 years for this)

    For the record he is currently on trial for doing the exact same thing to his current girlfriend whom collaborated his story against me.

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  26. Rosalie Meindl

    My ten-year-old grandson was accused of sexual assault and battery with an object on my four-and-a-half-year-old grand-daughter nobody everybody is backing my grandson and I want to know how to get him out of juvenile hall we’ve hired a lawyer he can’t get anywhere with the judge the judge refuses to bend at all we’ve tried we went under house arrest we’ve tried will put cameras in will take the doors off will do anything it takes to get my grandson home but the judge is refusing without with just without without looking at everything that’s been turned in on my grandson and everything that’s been turned on on my granddaughter please help somebody help me where to go or to turn what I can do to get him out

  27. Troy Pollock

    I have been having a difficult time trying to clear my name for 19 years I was forced to plead guilty to 2 felonies that I didn’t commit by my lawyer that also represented the alleged victim in one of my cases that the judge told my father to hire for me the other crime I never seen the property that I was supposedly consealing from it’s owner or never talked to him when he came by my house to confront the guy who stole his shotgun I’ve never been a violent person in my life I’ve always walked within the law and ended up doing 3 years in prison and 17 years on probation I have a year left of probation and can’t find anyone to help me clear my name every lawyer I’ve called said they can’t help can you guys please help me clear my name and get my rights restored thanks

  28. Eric spivey

    Hello I would like help for my case to clear my name

  29. Brad Erickson

    I was forced to an unwilling and without really knowing what I was doing, to plead guilty to a crime I am inocent of. I was lied to, and did not receive proper advice from the public defender. How can I take it back and have a trial, like I wanted al along? I can prove beyond a reasonable doubt, with witnesses and evidence that I am not guilty. Please help…

  30. Aaliyah Jackson

    Hello, I would like to know if my family member is locked up for a murder that he didn’t commit and it’s cleerlt he didn’t! He just has a public defender. He hasn’t went to trial yet but we went to avoid it. What steps would we take to get help? I am his only support system. He has a child as well who misses him so much! He’s been in jail for about over a year. I’m ready to write Oprah at this point! Thanks so muvh’

  31. Susan Peterson

    My boyfriend was called into a room while incarcerated and threatened by a detective who refused to identify himself, he was told to cop a plea “or else” because they didn’t actually have a case – these people need to be stopped, god help us from our law enforcement system! My father was right…..police officers are WORSE than criminals….they are criminals with the law on their side.

  32. Lee Bigham

    26 years ago my daughter was 7 years old My wife at that time put charges on me. That I sexual assault my daughter I couldn’t see. A 7 year old going threw the court system,so I pleaded no contest my lawyer said that they just slap my hand! Was he this day my daughter said that I never did any thing to her she now 28 years old. My life it’s been pure hell report. Every 4 months to police station I had no jail time I can’t afford a lawyer all I want is to clear MY NAme and have a normal life!

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