NPR: Jerry Miller comes a long way home


In April,

Jerry Miller

became the 200th person nationwide to be exonerated by DNA evidence when a Chicago judge overturned the rape conviction for which Miller had served 24 years. On Chicago Public Radio today, Miller discusses his case and his life after exoneration.

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to listen online or download an MP3 of the story. (Chicago Public Radio, 07/09/07)

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