Corrected entry: When Bitsey and the intern stop at the rest stop on their way to Hunstville, the intern gets out of the car and hurries to the bathroom he enters into the women's restroom, not the men's.
Corrected entry: David is on death row for 6 years. He is recounting events that happened in the past. Yet his son at the end, after the execution, is the same kid that should be now an adolescent.
Corrected entry: When David's wife is leaving in a taxi, the taxi changes color. When she's telling him that she emailed him, the taxi is red. However, when it drives away, you see that the taxi is not red at all, but grey.
Corrected entry: The taped outline of the body that is seen on the floor appears to have one leg extended away from the body, at an angle, and slightly bent at the knee. However, every time that the video-taped death of Constance is played, she dies lying on her belly with her legs straight. The body outline seems to correspond more with the position that she assumes when first lying on the floor, not with the position in which she dies. This could not have been known to the crime scene investigators at the time. This occurs consistently throughout the movie.
Corrected entry: When Zack and Bitsey arrive at the motel with the money in the briefcase, Zack is standing in front of his door and puts down the briefcase (you even hear the sound of the briefcase being dropped on the floor) and starts walking over to Bitsey when she calls him over because her door is open. They open her door and when the camera angle changes he has the briefcase pressed against his chest as he walks into her room.