In this highly publicized and controversial New Haven case, Mike litigated post-conviction petitions over a nine year period, seeking to overturn Stefon Morant’s double homicide conviction on the basis of an FBI report that suggested Mr. Morant was framed. Mike also developed evidence that showed the prosecution’s key witness was improperly influenced by a police officer. The evidence developed by Mike became the basis for the 2015 exoneration of Mr. Morant’s co-defendant Scott Lewis, who had been serving a 120-year sentence, and the subsequent reduction of Mr. Morant’s 70 year sentence to time served. See Lewis v. Commission, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, No. 14-193-pr (May 14, 2015).