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Surviving Wrongful Conviction

Co-authors Nikki Pope and Courtney Lance recently came to Houston to promote their new book Pruno, Ramen and a Side of Hope: Stories of Surviving Wrongful Conviction. It weaves in recipes with stories of men and women who were wrongfully convicted, and spent many years in prison for crimes that they didn’t commit. They recently […]

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Co-authors Nikki Pope and Courtney Lance recently came to Houston to promote their new book Pruno, Ramen and a Side of Hope: Stories of Surviving Wrongful Conviction. It weaves in recipes with stories of men and women who were wrongfully convicted, and spent many years in prison for crimes that they didn't commit.

They recently joined Ronnie Carmona, whose son was wrongfully convicted, and eventually exonerated, in an interview with Houston Matters' Maggie Martin.