As Exonerations Mount, States Grapple With Compensation for Injustice

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As the use of DNA evidence to reexamine criminal cases increases, the number of people convicted of crimes who have been exonerated by the new evidence grows, the New York Time reports. As a consequence, states are now grappling to find formulae for compensating those who have been wrongly convicted and imprisoned — in some
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