Great read in this morning's Birmingham News
So much running through my head after this story. A couple of the "highlights"
1. Proof why we need good, ethical judges and prosecutors that will do the right thing when it has been discovered that egregious wrongs have been committed.
2. Unfortunately, it is quite possible that other wrongfully convicted folks are out there that went before the former Judge in this case.
3. Does Mr. Williams have any chance of success on the possible causes of action that exist in this case against any of the responsible parties?
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