Nina Morrison

Staff Attorney, Innocence Project

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In Dallas County, Texas, 51-year-old Cornelius Dupree today was exonerated after 30 years in prison for a rape, robbery and abduction he did not commit.

Dallas Man Cleared after 30 Years in Prison

In Dallas County, Texas, 51-year-old Cornelius Dupree today was exonerated after 30 years in prison for a rape, robbery and abduction he did not commit.

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