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L.A. County to pay $15 million to man wrongfully convicted of murder

by www.latimes.com

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a $15-million payment for a man who spent nearly three decades behind bars for a slaying he says he did not commit.

The settlement — one of the largest in L.A. County in recent years — brings an end to a legal saga that began in 1985...


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