Category Archive: exoneree

Mar 16

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation establishes scholarship in honor of Darryl Hunt

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation establishes scholarship in honor of Darryl Hunt; money will go toward people convicted of crimes who are seeking higher education   By Michael Hewlett Winston-Salem Journal Mar 13, 2017 Darryl Hunt, exonerated of murder in 2004, spent his years of freedom advocating for reforms in the criminal justice system and helping …

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Mar 14

What Do States Owe People Who Are Wrongfully Convicted?

Stateline By Scott Rodd In April 2000, 23-year-old Floyd Bledsoe sat in an Oskaloosa, Kansas, courtroom awaiting the verdict in his first-degree murder trial in the death of his 14-year-old sister-in-law, Zetta “Camille” Arfmann. Throughout the trial, he maintained his innocence. But the jury entered the courtroom and declared him guilty. Bledsoe was sentenced to …

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