Tn. Man Could Get $1 Mil. In Wrongful Conviction

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A Memphis man exonerated by DNA evidence after serving 22 years in prison for a rape and robbery could be awarded $1 million for his wrongful conviction under a new state law, says The Tennessean in Nashville. Clark McMillan, convicted in 1980, testified to the legislature this year to gain support for a better process
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