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The North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission released Kenneth Kagonyera and Robert Wilcoxson, who served ten years for a murder they didn't commit.
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Young people are being suspended, expelled and charged with criminal offenses for behavior as innocuous as doodling on a desk.
A 15-year-old Onondago County, N.Y. youth was labeled a felon and sentenced Aug. 29 to two to six years of incarceration for an armed robbery that netted him and an accomplice seven cents.
Outgoing American Bar Association President Stephen Zack said in an interview that racism is underlying the call to change the constitution.