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Florida Supreme Court Sets New Standards for State Death Penalty October 18th, 2016

The Florida Supreme Court ruled Friday that the state’s new death penalty law is unconstitutional. The Court has additionally called for death sentences to be determined by a unanimous jury. This news has caused a major shift in Florida’s criminal […]

Wrongfully Convicted Man Released after 24 Years in Prison October 6th, 2016

Daryl Holloway, 48, has been released from Green Bay Correctional Facility on October 5th, 2016. Holloway was convicted in 1993 on two counts of sexual assault and two counts of armed burglary. Now, new DNA testing shows that there were […]

Man Awarded $15 Million in Wrongful Conviction Settlement October 3rd, 2016

After spending 20 years behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit, Rodell Sanders has received a 15 million dollar settlement in compensation for his wrongful conviction in the 1993 murder of Philip Atkins in Chicago Heights. On December 15th, […]

Man Wrongfully Convicted of Rape and Robbery Denied Exoneration September 30th, 2016

Lawrence McKinney was freed from prison in 2009 after DNA evidence overturning his 1978 conviction in Memphis, Tennessee. He was wrongfully convicted of rape and burglary and sentenced to 100 years for the rape and 10-15 for the burglary. After […]

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