WGHP FOX 8 airs special report on Innocence and Justice Clinic work
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Office of Communications and Public Relations
February 11, 2015
After working to free Darryl Hunt, a local attorney, Wake Forest Law Professor Mark Rabil, was inspired to create the Innocence and Justice Clinic — a passionate group of Wake Forest University law students that work to free inmates who’ve been wrongly convicted.
Now, they’re working to free a man who’s been in prison for 35 years.
“I know I didn’t do it,” he says. “I don’t belong here.”
Will he finally walk out of prison a free man?
Watch the report here.