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After Exoneration: Multiple Challenges, Harsh Welcome

Wrongfully convicted persons are often provided less assistance in exiting prison than guilty convicts departing after completing their sentence. When Michael Williams left a Louisiana prison after serving 24 years for a rape he didn’t commit, he was given ten dollars and a bus ticket. But that was just the beginning of his problems. Many exonerees quickly discover a new, challenging, Continue reading