Woman's Murder Conviction Overturned


By Paul Johnson

Portland, Oregon (CNN) - A woman in Portland, Oregon is free after spending the last 12-years behind bars for a crime she says she didn't do commit.
In 2004, Lisa Roberts was convicted of manslaughter in the death of her partner, Jerri Williams.
In April, a federal judge said the state needed to re-try Roberts -- or release her.
One of the most interesting things about Roberts' case -- she originally pleaded guilty.
Amy Frazier has details.

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