Deseret News Features Rocky Mountain Innocence Center

On Sunday, February 20, the Deseret News ran a lengthy feature on Debra Brown, who attorneys believe was wrongly convicted to life in prison with the possibility of parole for murdering her friend and employer, Lael Brown (no relation).

In addition to examining the circumstantial evidence that Debra Brown’s supporters believe led to her conviction, the article, by Sara Israelsen-Hartley, also includes interviews with Professor Jensie Anderson, president of the Rocky Mountain Innocence Center, which has worked for almost a decade to uncover new evidence in Brown’s case, and College of Law students who are involved in the College of Law’s Innocence Clinic, including Katelyn Farley, Matt Dodd, and Beth Kennedy.