Sabrina: My name is Sabrina Butler Porter. I'm the only female in the United States that's ever been exonerated from death row. The mistake that I made was that I went jogging that night and I left him in the house by himself asleep. When I came back I noticed that he wasn't breathing so I panicked. I did adult CPR on a nine-month old, but I was scared. I didn't know what to do. Everything changed from that moment on. I lost my son and they accused me of killing my son. I couldn't figure out why. Why, why are they doing this? I mean, I only tried to save him. I was there on death row two years nine months just waiting to die.
Joe: I heard about your case and I didn't believe what I was hearing. I knew that one day she would be a free woman. Some things people just know.
Sabrina: I thank you for that but they destroyed my life because I still live in the same town. People were saying, "Ooh, that's that girl that killed her baby," and I couldn't get a job so it's hard for me.
Joe: I know it is.
Sabrina: It's hard to pick up the pieces behind that because even now that I'm out and I'm free I still get up at night and I check my children and my husband to make sure that they're breathing and that nothing happens on my watch.
Joe: I know you're the best mother you can be [to my own] two kids.
Sabrina: I know sometimes I still don't feel good enough.
Joe: You are. I appreciate you for being a wife for me, a mother for my kids. I just appreciate everything about you and I always will.
Sabrina: It makes me happy that I got somebody in my corner.
Joe: I know it does. I love you and I'll always love you.
Sabrina: I love you, too.There may be small errors in this transcript.