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When convicted really are innocent

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A lot of people have little sympathy for prisoners, as evidenced by the reaction to our editorial last week supporting Gov. Cuomo’s proposal to provide then with free college tuition. But what about those who were wrongly convicted? Surely they deserve some sympathy — and compensation for their loss of liberty. That’s what Attorney General Eric Schneiderman thinks, and wants to accomplish by changing the law to make it easier to sue the state for ...


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