Hogan Seeks Compensation For Wrongly Imprisoned Men

(Annapolis, MD) — Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is calling for five men who were wrongly imprisoned to be compensated. The men have sought compensation over the past 18 months from the state Board of Public Works without success. Hogan instructed the board to work with the state’s administrative law judges to create a plan to pay the men. The Republican governor put the blame on Democrats for failing to pass laws to create rules for paying exonerees. The five men collectively spent 120 years in prison for crimes they did not commit.

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