From left: Michael VonAllmen, who was wrongfully convicted of rape; Jennifer Thompson, a rape survivor who identified the wrong man as her attacker in a separate case; state Rep. Chris Harris; and Amshula Jayaram, state policy advocate for the Innocence Project, testified Wednesday before the House Judiciary Committee.
From left: Michael VonAllmen, who was wrongfully convicted of rape; Jennifer Thompson, a rape survivor who identified the wrong man as her attacker in a separate case; state Rep. Chris Harris; and Amshula Jayaram, state policy advocate for the Innocence Project, testified Wednesday before the House Judiciary Committee. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com
From left: Michael VonAllmen, who was wrongfully convicted of rape; Jennifer Thompson, a rape survivor who identified the wrong man as her attacker in a separate case; state Rep. Chris Harris; and Amshula Jayaram, state policy advocate for the Innocence Project, testified Wednesday before the House Judiciary Committee. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com

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