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Reforms of ‘actual innocence’ process advancing in Assembly (access required)

Virginia’s “relief valve” for the wrongly convicted could be opened a notch or two with changes now moving through the General Assembly. Supporters – led by Virginia’s attorney general – say reforms to the state’s “actual innocence” process could make it easier for those convicted of crimes to use new evidence to try to overturn their ...

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