Bipartisan effort to reform Georgia’s wrongful conviction compensation process advances Outlet: Georgia […]
Georgia bill would streamline pay for wrongful convictions Outlet: AP Author: Kate […]
Lawmakers seek to overhaul process for paying wrongfully convicted Outlet: AJC Author: […]
Exoneree Seeks Compensation from State Outlet: CNHI News Author: Asia Ashley Published: […]
Today marks a tragic anniversary—10 years ago Georgia ended Troy Davis’ life with a lethal injection. Davis was convicted of killing a police officer in Savannah in 1989, a crime he always maintained, and the evidence indicates, he did not commit.
When those with power are left unchecked and unaccountable – left to determine for themselves when to follow the rules and when they can be disregarded, which lives matter and which don’t, we ALL suffer.
After Two Decades and a DNA Test, Charges Are Dropped in Georgia […]
Georgia man exonerated of murder charges after spending 20 years in prison […]
After more than 20 years behind bars, Georgia man exonerated on murder […]
He spent two decades in prison for church murders. New DNA evidence […]