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Not only that, but it also discusses what employees can do if they have been wrongfully terminated.
The study found misconduct in 76 percent of cases that resulted in black murder defendants going to prison for crimes they did not commit, compared to just 65 percent of the cases in which white defendants were wrongfully convicted.
Rodney Ellis, D-Houston filed a bill that changed the law to make him and other similar wrongfully convicted ex-inmates eligible for state compensation while still weeding out weaker innocence claims.
When you reach the top of the mountain, I suggest you take a deep breath of fresh air and remember the thousands of innocent victims who are wrongfully murdered every day by people who later claim they were wrongfully convicted.
Sixteen years ago Deskovic was wrongfully convicted of rape and murder and was released about a year ago.
A detainee brought a [section] 1983 civil rights action against a county and county employees, alleging he was wrongfully strip searched and suffered a broken hand after he arrested on driving under the influence (DUI) charges.
The main character is Johnnie Stubbs, a teenager wrongfully charged with theft and put into reform school, who then escaped and fell in with a band of gypsies.
He shows us how anger about the spread of HIV and AIDS to "straight" women is wrongfully misdirected to men on the down low.
Your new book recounts the stories of two people whom you accompanied on death row all the way to their execution and whom you believe to have been wrongfully executed.
The historic apology this week, to the families, wrongfully convicted of involvement in the 1974 Guildford and Woolwich bombings - collectively known as the Guildford Four and Maguire Seven - was also the culmination of endless lobbying by officials in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Irish Embassy in Dublin.
In these actions, the SEC can seek "disgorgement" of wrongfully obtained funds and monetary fines, running as high as $500,000 per violation, or the gross amount of pecuniary gain stemming from the violation.
In that previously-reported arbitration, the sellers alleged that an Albany subsidiary had wrongfully terminated two leases entered into in connection with the acquisition and claimed damages of approximately $19 million.