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tah lawyers, Rocky Mountain Innocence Center help exonerate man convicted of 1994 murder

Wilcox said when she told Jackson that she was investigating Berry’s claim of innocence, he paused and said, “I’ve been waiting for you.”

Wilcox and attorney Craig Coburn, a colleague at Richards Brandt, later interviewed Jackson a second time and again got a confession, this one with additional information about the crime. Coburn said Jackson, who had been raised a Jehovah’s Witness, had returned to his religious roots and wanted to clear his conscience.