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"Proven Innocent" tells the emotional story of one woman's fight to prove the innocence of wrongfully convicted people. The legal drama follows an underdog criminal defense firm led by a fierce and uncompromising lawyer, Madeline Scott, who was wrongfully convicted in a sensational murder case that made her an infamous media obsession. Madeline runs the legal firm with her partner, Easy Boudreau, the very lawyer who helped set her free after 10 years in prison. Their team also includes investigator Bodie Quick and communications director Violet Bell, who runs a true crime podcast that follows each investigation.

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With Madeline's freedom at stake, Easy's defense hits a bump in the road; the team must band together to focus on solving Rosemary's murder before time runs out; as Bellows closes in, new evidence and old enemies come into play.
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Easy takes on an immigration case to help a young DREAMer who was convicted of murder; Madeline, Bodie, Wren, Levi and Violet double down on their investigation into who killed Rosemary; the showdown between Madeline and Bellows begins.
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The team takes on the case of a mother who is serving a life sentence for shaking her infant daughter; Levi and Madeline uncover more truths about their high school class; Bellows and his team continue their mission to send Madeline back to prison.
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When a Navy SEAL is charged with murdering her superior, Madeline must prove her innocence; Levi presses harder for insight on Rosemary's life in high school; Bellows takes a drastic step in re-examining her murder.
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The team is approached to exonerate a former frat boy who is charged with rape and murder; a turn in Davon Watkins' case forces Madeline to head back to Ohio; Bellows struggles with his campaign; Levi tries to find out more about Rosemary's past.
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The team tries to exonerate a transwoman who is wrongfully convicted of murdering her fellow trans-friend and activist; Violet has NPR's Ira Glass on her podcast; Bellow's latest campaign manager finds new evidence in the Rosemary's murder case.
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Madeline works with a civil rights activist to fight for justice for a man on death row for killing a police officer; Madeline attempts to save Levi from another sticky situation; Bellows and Sanchez deliberate re-opening the case against them.
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The Injustice Defense Group takes on the case of a girl convicted for the murder of her mother; Madeline tries to stop Bellows and maintain her relationship with Dylan while finding out about a shocking piece of news about a former classmate.
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When a white supremacist begs the Injustice Defense Group to help him overturn his wrongful conviction, the team clashes over whether they should take his case; Bellows must make a campaign-changing decision.
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When Madeline takes on the case of a woman sentenced to 25 years in prison for murdering her newborn child, Easy has a dilemma deciding between his faith and doing the right thing.
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Easy's church recruits the team to retry the case of William Hurston, a man convicted of murder at the age of 14 due to a coerced confession.
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The team opens a case with Tamara Folsom, a rape victim unjustly convicted of murder; Madeline comes to Levi's defense after he lands himself in hot water, but she uncovers a secret about his past; Easy struggles to balance his work and family life.
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Madeline fiercely leads her criminal defense firm while searching for the real killer in her own case.

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