Billy Joel's "An Innocent Man" comes to mind when I read about this. Last Thursday, a 58-year-old man was released from prison in New York after being wrongfully convicted 23 years ago. Then on Friday night, he had a massive heart attack.
A guy from Jefferson Parish, L.A. recently got out of prison after 30 years. He was wrongfully convicted and the judge says he's entitled to compensation for the 30 years he spent in prison. So now the state has to pay for this, but is it right? Should states be responsible or the jury? Take the poll after the jump.
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