Exonerees ask Md. for compensation law, jailhouse witness reform

ANNAPOLIS — A group of men who served a combined 250 years in prison for crimes they did not commit asked legislators Wednesday to support bills to standardize post-release compensation for exonerees and increase transparency about the use of jailhouse informants. Ten exonerees and the son of one who died after his release attended an event ...

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