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Wrongful convictions don't serve justice for all

In 1992, Daniel Taylor was convicted of murder. The Center for Wrongful Convictions filed a request on Thursday for post-conviction for Taylor, arguing there’s no way Taylor could have been at the scene of the crime. Attorney Karen Daniel filed the request and offers background on the case.

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