After the Exoneration, What About the Victim?

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Hardly a month goes by, it seems, without another news story about a wrongly convicted inmate being freed as a result of DNA testing. According to the Innocence Project, 266 people have been exonerated in U.S. history. The ordeals of these exonerees are heartbreaking. But what about the victims in these cases? We have to
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