After sharing her harrowing story of spending her entire adult life behind bars, The Doctors reunite Michelle with her daughter.
The Doctors discuss if new health issues should affect a person's court sentence.
The Doctors welcome Dr. James Fallon, a neuroscientist and professor of psychiatry and human behavior at The University of Irvine, to discuss how the brain of a killer may differ from other brains.
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.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho shares that Lindsey is being re-traumatized every night she dreams of her mother murdering her brother.
Jason Flom of the Wrongful Conviction podcast shares what do if you’re arrested for a crime you did not commit.
Michelle spent 20 years in jail for a crime she didn’t commit. Has she forgiven the system that put her away?
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.
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, Lindsey, and Jason Flom from the Wrongful Conviction podcast join The Doctors to talk about healing, moving forward, and the system.