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San Francisco Strikes $3.5 Deal In Wrongful Conviction Of Man Who Served 18 Years In Prison

San Francisco’s city attorney is recommending the city approve a $3.5 million settlement with a man who spent 18 years in prison for a double slaying before a judge ruled he was wrongly convicted.

07/14/2014

Ronald Ross was freed from custody on February 21, 2013, after his attempted murder conviction was overturned. (CBS)

Man Wrongfully Convicted Of Attempted Murder Sues City Of Oakland

A man who spent nearly seven years behind bars after being wrongfully convicted for attempted murder is filing a civil rights suit against the city of Oakland, alleging he was maliciously prosecuted.

02/22/2014

Ronald Ross was freed from custody on February 21, 2013, after his attempted murder conviction was overturned. (CBS)

Wrongly Convicted Oakland Man Not Bitter After 7 Years Behind Bars

An Oakland man wrongfully convicted of a 2006 shooting says he’s not bitter and wants to work with troubled youth

02/25/2013

Caramad Conley was released on January 12, 2011, 18 years after he was wrongfully convicted in a San Francisco double murder case. (CBS)

Wrongfully Convicted San Francisco Man Freed After 18 Years

A man wrongfully convicted for a 1989 double-murder in San Francisco has been ordered freed after spending 18 years in prison.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–01/12/2011

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San Francisco Judge Dumps 1989 Double-Murder Conviction

A San Francisco judge has found that a man imprisoned for 18 years was wrongfully convicted of murder because investigators knew their star witness was lying on the stand.

CBS San Francisco–12/15/2010

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