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Exoneree Derrick Williams addresses Stetson Law students on March 19

On March 19, the Innocence Initiative Reform and Education Division at Stetson hosted Derrick Williams, a man who was falsely convicted and sentenced to serve a life sentence in the state of Florida. He spent 18 years behind bars for crimes he did not commit. Derrick Williams talked with Stetson Law students about being wrongfully convicted and sentenced to life behind bars. Exonerated in 2011… » Read more
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