Virginia Panel: End Limit On Innocence Evidence

Print More A panel of judges, prosecutors and lawmakers has proposed eliminating Virginia’s toughest-in-the-nation time limit for convicted criminals to submit new evidence of innocence, the Washington Post reports. The committee recommended allowing a court to exonerate a wrongly convicted felon any time after a trial. The proposal from a panel of the Virginia State Crime
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