NEWS BRIEF: Wrongfully convicted man released after 23 years in prison

Legal wrong righted at last

Innocence Project
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Devonia Inman

A Georgia man has been released from prison after spending 23 years inside for a crime he did not commit. Devonia Inman, 43, was sentenced to life without parole for the 1998 murder of Taco Bell night manager Donna Brown who was killed in the restaurant's parking lot and robbed of more than $1,700. Inman’s attorneys attempted to present evidence at trial that proved another man, Hercules Brown, had committed the slaying, but their motion was denied by the presiding judge who refused to let the jury hear relevant testimony. cbs46.com

Note: From the Innocence Project - a personal fundraiser has been set up as a way to help Devonia and his family. All funds raised will go directly to Devonia. They are not tax-deductible. https://bit.ly/3sl49mS