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FOX News - Wrongfully convicted: Milwaukee man released after serving 24 years in prison for sexual assault

ABC News - 'I'm kind of scared:' Wrongfully-convicted man leaves prison

University of Wisconsin Law School - Success after Years of Efforts to Free Innocent Man

ABC News - Holloway's attorney talks about difficulties of reopening case two decades later - Daryl Holloway, an innocent man who served 24 years in prison for crimes he did not commit, was freed in October 2016. Mr. Holloway’s attorney Ray Dall’Osto of GRGB pushed for years for his release, and with the help and funding for new testing from the Wisconsin Innocence Project, that hope became reality. New DNA testing exonerated Mr. Holloway, and the Milwaukee County prosecutor and court accepted the results, resulting in dismissal of the criminal cases and Holloway’s release from prison.
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