Twenty-two-year-old Zeinab Sekaanvand is in jail, awaiting execution.
Charged with killing her husband when she was 17, she confessed to the murder but later recanted, saying her brother-in-law committed the crime and pressured her to take responsibility.
Now, her cause has galvanized civil rights groups like Amnesty International, which says that she did not receive a fair trial and that Iran has a record of executing juvenile offenders.
But any day now, she could be hanged.
Her story begins in a small village in northern Iran.