More States May Compensate the Wrongly Convicted

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A steady increase in exonerations in recent years, often a result of new DNA-testing capability, has prompted more state legislators to consider guaranteeing compensation for those who are wrongfully convicted and imprisoned, Stateline reports. In the 32 states that have compensation laws, some lawmakers have sought to increase the amount of compensation exonerated individuals . . .

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