Mark Carver was released from prison on June 11, 2019, and is free to move about within the state of North Carolina with an ankle monitor as he awaits further developments in his case. Prior to July 5, 2019, which was the 30-day deadline since Mark Carver's conviction was set aside and he was released by Judge Christopher Bragg, District Attorney Locke Bell filed formal notice of his intent to appeal the ruling. Carver's attorneys have said they will continue to fight for this case until Carver is exonerated (see the latest media update from WFAE Charlotte). No guarantee exists that a second trial will take place given the lack of credible evidence at this point in the case. Follow news media reports at @FreeMarkCarver, see our suicide reenactment video on YouTube and visit the menu pages on this website to learn more about this innocence case.