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Wrongful Conviction

The family of a man exonerated after serving 17 years for murder cannot demand the Baltimore police department turn over his homicide files.

BALTIMORE — The family of a man exonerated after serving 17 years for murder cannot demand the Baltimore police department turn over his homicide files. The likely benefit of the information in the files is outweighed by the expense of their production.

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