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DA agrees to exoneration after 23 years – Kansas has no compensation statute

False eyewitness testimony put him in prison. The DA said original case lacked evidence that now is available. “Nobody thought it would happen this fast.”

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Another exoneree gets thrown out onto the streets without assistance

Broke and no ID.┬áThe unsung generosity of the Innocence Network comes to the surface once again. Rather than getting government and public assistance if he had been guilty, this exonerated man just got released after 15 years in prison after … Continue reading

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Chump change: Michigan Legislation allows $50K compensation bill for exonerees

Lets see what the District Attorney’s Association (@NDAAJustice) lobby in Michigan does to obstruct this process. It’s leadership is patently deaf to wrongful convictions by touting their accuracy rate primarily based on pleas deal before trial. Read about some of … Continue reading

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