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Issue of exoneree compensation returns to General Assembly

ANNAPOLIS — A push to reform and streamline the way Maryland compensates the wrongly convicted was heard in two General Assembly committees Wednesday. Senate Bill 797 and House Bill 985 propose requiring the Maryland Board of Public Works to pay individuals who have been exonerated after a wrongful conviction. The BPW is currently authorized to compensate such ...

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