Hudson man who claims he spent fifteen years in prison on a wrongful conviction: ‘It’s hard out here. I’m not free’ – The Lufkin Daily News: Local & State

Posted: January 19, 2011 by scaryhouse in IDOC, Prosecutorial Misconduct, Terrible Wrongs - Other Cases, The Causes of Wrongful Convictions, Uncategorized

By JESSICA COOLEY/The Lufkin Daily News

Having spent 15 years in prison for a crime he says he did not commit, the stigma of Tony Hall’s conviction makes him a prisoner every day, he said. Seventeen years after Hall was charged with sexually assaulting a child, his alleged victim came forward and said he does not believe he was molested by Hall. State District Judge Barry Bryan last week signed off on Hall’s case, recommending that it be reviewed by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.Hall, now a registered sex offender, said in an interview at The Lufkin Daily News that he won’t have any semblance of his former life until the conviction is overturned.

via Hudson man who claims he spent fifteen years in prison on a wrongful conviction: ‘It’s hard out here. I’m not free’ – The Lufkin Daily News: Local & State.

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