In The Media
From left to right: Rep. Steven Johnson, sponsor of HB 4286; Richard Phillips, who holds the dubious distinction of being the longest-serving wrongfully convicted individual in US history; David Moran, Director of the University of Michigan Innocence Clinic; Wolfgang Mueller, attorney representing 11 exonerees in litigation with the State of MI over compensation under the Wrongful Imprisonment Compensation Act.
Rep. Johnson’s House Bill 4286 provides $10M in much-needed funding to compensate exonerees.
- Bill would add $10 million to Michigan exoneration fund
- New Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office unit takes second look at convictions
- FOX 2 – Man suing Flat Rock for serving 5 years for murder he never committed
- Charges dropped against man who wrongfully spent 16 years in prison for a Detroit double murder
- Wrongly convicted Detroit man walks free after 34 years in prison
- Man exonerated for murder sues Flat Rock police for $10 million
- Detroit man freed after 41 years sues for $168M over 1975 murder conviction
- Wrongfully convicted man sues Detroit cop, city for $75M
Wrongfully convicted man sues city of Detroit for $105 million