Actual Innocence Enough To Get Wrongful Conviction Funds

By Emma Cueto (December 18, 2020, 11:07 PM EST) -- The Texas Supreme Court on Friday ruled that the state's comptroller could not deny a compensation claim to a man falsely convicted due to prosecutorial misconduct, saying that the comptroller did not have the authority to question the court's finding of actual innocence, a ruling advocates say could have wide implications for others in the same situation....

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