Suppose a wife divorces a husband who is subsequently cleared of a crime for which he was sentenced to prison?

Let’s say the former spouse was convicted of a felony and sentenced to fifteen years, because of which the wife obtains a divorce on the grounds of imprisonment. Two years into the sentence, he is cleared of the crime and released because it is proven he was not guilty. Is that divorce still valid?

Yes, in most, if not all, states, a divorce under these circumstances is still valid. There have been cases stating that parole, pardon, or actual innocence do not restore someone to a marital status if he or she had obtained a valid divorce. A divorce that is valid in all other respects, that is.