Former Death Row inmate could be exonerated in double murder case

HOUSTON (FOX 26) — A man convicted of murdering a Houston police officer and released from Texas Death Row after a decade could soon be exonerated, but is he truly innocent?

Alfred Dewayne Brown was sentenced to die for killing the officer and a clerk during a robbery back in 2005, but his conviction was overturned and he was freed in 2015 after it was found the prosecution had evidence it did not disclose.

Harris County prosecutors alleged that Brown "bluffed his way out of prison" and the Houston Police Officers Union has maintained it believes Brown is guilty for the two deaths.

Attorney Chris Tritico, who represents the former Harris County Assistant District Attorney accused of withholding evidence believed to prove Brown's innocence, discusses the developments in the case with Isiah Carey.