In Maryland, efforts to streamline exonerations stymied

ANNAPOLIS — Sabein Burgess wasted no time trying to prove his innocence. Convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in June 1995, the then-24-year-old waited just 10 days after his trial before filing a motion for a new one. The act was his first step in a battle that would last 19 years, during which the ...

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