Attorney Nina Morrision gets a hug from John Nolley after the hearing outside of the courthouse in Fort Worth, Texas, on May 17, 2016. In Judge Louis Sturns' 213th District Court, John Nolley, from Bedford, was released from custody after 19 years behind bars, in Fort Worth, due to efforts by The Innocence Project. Nolley had been found guilty of murder in 1998.
Attorney Nina Morrision gets a hug from John Nolley after the hearing outside of the courthouse in Fort Worth, Texas, on May 17, 2016. In Judge Louis Sturns' 213th District Court, John Nolley, from Bedford, was released from custody after 19 years behind bars, in Fort Worth, due to efforts by The Innocence Project. Nolley had been found guilty of murder in 1998. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram
Attorney Nina Morrision gets a hug from John Nolley after the hearing outside of the courthouse in Fort Worth, Texas, on May 17, 2016. In Judge Louis Sturns' 213th District Court, John Nolley, from Bedford, was released from custody after 19 years behind bars, in Fort Worth, due to efforts by The Innocence Project. Nolley had been found guilty of murder in 1998. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram

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