Pat Wright and Kiera Newsome both say they know what it feels like to be wrongfully convicted of murder.
Wright says she was accused of hiring someone to kill her ex-husband -- and claims that her brother lied in court, which led to her conviction. She was sentenced to life in prison before her compassionate release after 24 years.

Newsome was convicted of murdering a man during a drive-by shooting with gang-related ties and sentenced to 60 years to life in prison – but she insists she was in school the day of the shooting.
Wright and Newsome met behind bars – and reunite on Dr. Phil’s stage. Watch in the video above.
On Wednesday's episode of Dr. Phil, "19 Years Lost: I Am Innocent," Dr. Phil examines Kiera’s case and speaks with her teacher, who was her alibi, and her lawyers who claim Kiera’s case is the “the starkest miscarriage of justice” they have ever seen. Plus, did a key witness change his story? Check local listings to see where you can watch.

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