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  • Factual innocence doesn't exonerate all of the time

    08/12/2005 10:24:54 AM PDT · by truthinjustice · 2 replies · 758+ views
    Personal research | 8/12/05 | Philip A. Williams
    Although a small number of wrongfully convicted individuals have been exonerated by post-conviction DNA testing recently and released from prison. For example, Thomas Doswell of Pennsylvania who spent 19 years behind bars and Luis Diaz of Florida who spent 26 years behind bars for crimes they did not commit. Now Peter Rose, who served 10 years in a California state prison, fortunately and rightfully so, after a finding of "factual innocence," which clears the way for him to collect compensation from the state, as much as $100 a day for the time spent in prison, which adds up to more...