Innocent convicts may get state paymentsBill would provide up to $100,000 for each year behind bars
ST. PAUL – Most Minnesota representatives agree that the state owes people wrongly convicted for crimes. The House voted 121-2 recently to provide up to $100,000 a year to people wrongly imprisoned and up to $50,000 for people put on supervisory release after they were improperly convicted.
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