|Year of Conviction
|Year of Exoneration
|State of Conviction
|Trial, Bench Trial, or Guilty Plea
|Type of Crime
|Gender of Exoneree
|Race of exoneree
|Mentally Ill or Intellectually Disabled
|Type of Innocence Defense
|Description / Quotes from Testimony Concerning Defense
● Neighbor heard defendant get into bed from her apartment.
|Did the defendant testify at trial?
|Types of evidence at trial
|Were non-public facts alleged?
|Identity of eyewitness
Yes ● Show-up –victim acquainted with defendant
|Quotes from testimony #1
Victim noted that in photo array, the others in array "didn’t look like him.” Following photo array, show-up conducted.
No – little description provided, but victim acquainted with defendant
|Quotes from testimony #2
Victim could not describe details about face, except "he got some hair on his face"
|Examples of Non-Public or Corroborated Facts and Inconsistencies
|Quotes from law enforcement testimony
All he could say to the police about the crime was “I did it. I did it. I raped the girl. I did it.” The detective admitted that though he made efforts to provide Peacock with details concerning the case, Peacock “couldn’t recall the details.”
|Highest level reached
|Claims Raised During All Appeals and Postconviction
|Harmless Error Rulings
|Citations to judicial opinions
People v. Peacock, 70 A.D.2d 781 (N.Y. App. Div. 4 Dept. 1979)