Kirk Odom was wrongfully imprisoned for more than 21 years in the rape and robbery of a woman in her Capitol Hill apartment in 1981. On Friday, a District of Columbia Superior Court judge ordered the D.C. government to pay a record $9.2 million in damages.
Kirk Odom was wrongfully imprisoned for more than 21 years in the rape and robbery of a woman in her Capitol Hill apartment in 1981. On Friday, a District of Columbia Superior Court judge ordered the D.C. government to pay a record $9.2 million in damages. Alexandra Garcia The Washington Post
Kirk Odom was wrongfully imprisoned for more than 21 years in the rape and robbery of a woman in her Capitol Hill apartment in 1981. On Friday, a District of Columbia Superior Court judge ordered the D.C. government to pay a record $9.2 million in damages. Alexandra Garcia The Washington Post

Judge orders D.C. to pay record $9.2 million in wrongful conviction case

February 28, 2015 1:36 AM

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