Life After Prison: Exploring Re-entry for the Innocent

  • May 24, 2017
Life After Prison: Exploring Re-entry for the Innocent

Vandana Rambaran explores what happens to former prisoners who have had their convictions overturned. Unlike regular prisoners, who get help in the form of parole and halfway houses, exonerated people get no help adjusting to life outside prison — even though they were wrongfully convicted — and they have to sue for compensation.

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