Friday Roundup: Favorable Compensation, Actual Innocence Bills
Florida’s Governor signed a bill that will award Florida exoneree William Dillon
for serving nearly 27 years for a murder DNA proves he didn’t commit.
A bipartisan bill in Wisconsin that would
grant greater compensation
to the wrongfully convicted is under review after a hearing Thursday.
A Utah bill that says a judge must review all evidence, including previously omitted and new evidence, when determining if someone is
, was passed by a Senate Judiciary, Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice committee last week.
An op-ed in the Times-Picayune insists that public confidence in prosecutors and police
to a functioning criminal justice system.
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