Law Professor Weighs in on Compensation for Wrongfully Convicted

UMKC law professor Sean O'Brien said that compensation for the exonerated Kevin Strickland is unlikely.

Strickland served nearly 43 years in prison before a judge threw out his conviction. O'Brien spoke with KCUR and the Kansas City Star following the judge's ruling to explain Missouri's laws on compensation for wrongful convictions. 

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Read his interview with KCUR.

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Published: Nov 23, 2021

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