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Quinn Commutes Sentence Of Man Convicted Of Lying In Murder CaseGov. Pat Quinn commuted the sentence of a man recently imprisoned for lying in a murder case — and also commuted the sentences of a man convicted of killing a 77-year-old woman, a man convicted of shooting police officers and a man convicted of killing a college basketball standout — all in the governor’s final day in office.
After 20 Years In Prison, Charges Dropped In 1992 Double MurderA man who served two decades behind bars for the murders of two people -- despite records showing he was in police custody at the time of the shooting -- will soon go free, after prosecutors dropped all charges on Friday.
Chicago Researchers Set Up National Registry Of ExonerationsResearchers in Chicago have been compiling the numbers and now are out with the first national registry of exonerations.

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