Exonerated Ex-Inmates Want Millions

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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James Tillman served 18 years behind bars for a rape that DNA evidence later showed he did not commit. Tillman can never get those years back.

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  • I have no doubt that there are many many more people who will be found to be innocent. Our legal system and the power given to prosecutors is despicable. Defendants are bullied by prosecutors everyday to take a plea or face decades in prison for something they did not do. My husband is in this position now.

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