Part of Minnesota law compensating the wrongfully convicted is found unconstitutional


September 28, 2017

The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that part of a statute that allows people who are wrongfully convicted to seek compensation is unconstitutional.

But to remedy it, the majority severed a section of the law that now leaves anyone who had their convictions reversed or vacated ineligible to seek payment.


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