Confessions of Innocence: The Story of Ronald Glenn

In 1985, prosecutors believed that there was insufficient evidence to charge Ronald Glenn with felony murder and robbery. 22 years later, with no new evidence except for a DNA test that matched another person, Ronald was sentenced to 50 years. The man whose DNA was found at the scene stated that Ronald had nothing to do with the crime, yet he has remained in prison for 17 years and counting. Through the Making An Exoneree course at Georgetown University, students reinvestigated Ronald’s case and are advocating for his freedom.

Mia Boykin CAS '25
Jack Clyne CAS '24
George Abalekpor CAS '24
Victoria Berzin GU LAW '24
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GOVX 4000 - Making an Exoneree, Spring 2024
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