Sarah Pearce hugs her mom, Anita Truesdale, in March 2014 after being released early from a sentence of 15 years to life in prison for being part of an assault on a motorist passing through Canyon County in June 2000. The Idaho Innocence Project worked for several years to free Pearce, arguing that she had been mistakenly convicted. Since her release, she has admitted to a probation violation that could return her to prison.
Sarah Pearce hugs her mom, Anita Truesdale, in March 2014 after being released early from a sentence of 15 years to life in prison for being part of an assault on a motorist passing through Canyon County in June 2000. The Idaho Innocence Project worked for several years to free Pearce, arguing that she had been mistakenly convicted. Since her release, she has admitted to a probation violation that could return her to prison. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file
Sarah Pearce hugs her mom, Anita Truesdale, in March 2014 after being released early from a sentence of 15 years to life in prison for being part of an assault on a motorist passing through Canyon County in June 2000. The Idaho Innocence Project worked for several years to free Pearce, arguing that she had been mistakenly convicted. Since her release, she has admitted to a probation violation that could return her to prison. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file

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