SOLICITOR Sally Clark, jailed for life for the murders of her two baby sons, has been freed by the Court of Appeal.
Three judges sitting in London ruled her conviction "unsafe".
Clark, 38, was present in the dock as Lord Justice Kay, Mr Justice Holland and Mrs Justice Hallett delivered their ruling.
The policeman's daughter, who has always protested her innocence, was jailed for life in November 1999 at Chester Crown Court.
She was convicted of smothering 11-week-old Christopher in December 1996 and shaking eight-week-old Harry to death in January 1998 at the home she shared with her husband Stephen in Wilmslow, Cheshire.
Lord Justice Kay said the court was satisfied Clark did not have a fair trial.