What would you do with a second chance? Ray Krone shared the story of his second chance at Maryville College Thursday evening.
Krone was put on Arizona's death Row for a murder in 1991. Eleven years later he became the 100th person to be exonerated from Death Row when DNA evidence pointed to another man.
"It was a constant up and down, good things and bad things, you want a constant flat-line of emotion, you don't get too excited about good news and you don't get too excited about bad news 'cause one or the other was around the corner the next day or the next week," he said.
Three people in Tennessee have be exonerated from death row.