Christine Mumma, director of the North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence, talks with Joseph Sledge during a break as a three-judge panel takes up Sledge’s claim of innocence at the Dempsey B. Herring Court House Annex in Whiteville, N.C., Friday, Jan. 23, 2015. Sledge, 70, has been proclaiming his innocence for more than three decades for a 1976 double murder.
Christine Mumma, director of the North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence, talks with Joseph Sledge during a break as a three-judge panel takes up Sledge’s claim of innocence at the Dempsey B. Herring Court House Annex in Whiteville, N.C., Friday, Jan. 23, 2015. Sledge, 70, has been proclaiming his innocence for more than three decades for a 1976 double murder. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
Christine Mumma, director of the North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence, talks with Joseph Sledge during a break as a three-judge panel takes up Sledge’s claim of innocence at the Dempsey B. Herring Court House Annex in Whiteville, N.C., Friday, Jan. 23, 2015. Sledge, 70, has been proclaiming his innocence for more than three decades for a 1976 double murder. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

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