24-year-old Sam Hallam was released from the Court of Appeal today, more than six years after being jailed for a crime he says he never committed. Today in court the prosecution said they would not fight his appeal.
His lawyers told the court there had been a "serious miscarriage of justice" and that he should never have been imprisoned.
Hallam was convicted of murdering Essayas Kassahun, a trainee chef found stabbed to death in Clerkenwell in London. Lady Justice Hallet said the court would give its full ruling tomorrow. Ronke Philips reports.
Innocent Sam Hallam walked away from court a free man after his murder conviction was quashed earlier today.
Hallam, who wrongly sent to prison for seven years, has spoken to ITV London Tonight in his first sit-down interview since his release.
Sam Hallam is expected to have his 2005 conviction for murder quashed today. Here's how that 'miscarriage of justice' unfolded.