Nick Yarris has a remarkable story. He spent over 20 years on death row for a murder he didn’t commit. He walked out of prison a free man in 2004. He was wrongly convicted in the 1982 case of a woman who was murdered and raped in Delaware, but eventually acquitted when DNA evidence proved that he was not the killer. After leaving death row Yarris moved to the UK, where he married his second wife and had a daughter. He now lives between England and California and is embarking on a new chapter in his life.
We sat down together for this enthralling chat, with Rhod Sharp, on BBC Radio 5 Live
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