Michelle’s 3-month-old son was found dead with his throat slit. Michelle – who was only 17 at the time – confessed to the crime, was arrested, found guilty of a murder, and sentenced to life in prison without parole – all for something she did not do.
Prison bars separate a mother and daughter for 20 years and the reunion that didn’t go as expected! Who really killed baby Travis? Healing Past Life Trauma; Treating Post Traumatic Stress Injury; How to protect yourself from a wrongful conviction!
After sharing her harrowing story of spending her entire adult life behind bars, The Doctors reunite Michelle with her daughter.
Over the course of 10 seasons, The Doctors have met many people whose wrongful convictions have shattered their lives and robbed them of so many years.
Hear the chilling tale of a woman wrongfully convicted of killing her baby and the aftermath of spending 20 years behind bars. Strategies to move on from past hurt and find forgiveness, and a heart-wrenching reunion with her daughter.
Michelle was locked up when her daughter Lindsey was only three years old. Watch this tearful reunion as these two see each other for the first time since Michelle has left prison.
Michelle and her daughter suffer from post-traumatic stress injury after twenty plus years of being separated in what the judge referred to as the worst miscarriage of justice he’s ever seen.
The Doctors have a number of surprises for Michelle including getting help for her medical and dental issues and the ultimate surprise – Michelle’s daughter Lindsey is backstage.
In 1994, Michelle’s 3-month-old son was found dead with his throat slit. At just 17, Michelle confessed to the crime and spent 20 years in jail before being exonerated. You won’t believe this heartbreaking story.
Michelle, Lindsey, and Jason Flom from the Wrongful Conviction podcast join The Doctors to talk about healing, moving forward, and the system.
How do you heal from the painful memories that have prevented you from moving forward? Dr. Eugene Lipov has agreed to treat both mom, who spent 20 years in jail, and daughter for post-traumatic stress injuries free of charge.