• State Pays $250k to a Wrongly Convicted Man

    State Pays $250k to a Wrongly Convicted Man

    A Grand Island man will receive $250,000 from the state of Nebraska due to being wrongfully convicted of killing his wife. Evidence was withheld and prosecutorial misconduct occurred, causing the man’s conviction to be overturned in 1970 by the Nebraska Supreme Court. His attorney, John Stevens Berry, said the state will also include costs in the total amount.

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