"Men wrongly held for murder get millions, but no apology, from the state," by Mandy Locke and Joseph Neff for the News & Observer.
This summer, the state and its insurers will pay nearly $12.5 million for missteps that cost two men decades of freedom.
Here’s what Floyd Brown and Greg Taylor won’t get from state leaders: an apology.
"NC man wrongly convicted of murder released from jail," by Mitch Weiss for the AP, via the News & Observer.
A North Carolina man says he's excited about being released after spending 20 years behind bars for a homicide he didn't commit.
A judge last week vacated Larry Lamb's 1993 murder conviction, and prosecutors dismissed the charges Tuesday, said one of Lamb's attorneys, Christine Mumma of the North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence.
"Man wrongly convicted of murder walks free from Wake prison," by Kevin Holmes for WRAL-TV.
Earlier coverage from North Carolina begins at the link.
A man imprisoned for more than 20 years for the murder of a Duplin County bootlegger was released Tuesday evening from the Wake Correctional Center in Raleigh.
A judge on Thursday ordered that Larry Lamb be exonerated in the fatal shooting of Leamon Grady, who was robbed and found dead in his home in 1987. On Tuesday, the Duplin County District Attorney's Office dropped the charges against Lamb, clearing the way for his release.