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Wrongful Conviction of Simon Marshall

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Wrongful Conviction of Simon Marshall
Simon Marshall
In the year 1997, Simon Marshall was convicted of a number of sexual assault charges. The Simon Marshall is mentally handicap man who told police that he was the one that dfgdsf to all sexual assaults in the Sainte-Foy, Quebec area. Reports say that Simon match the description that was given by the people that were assaulted.
Simon Marshall was convicted and ended staying in prison till 2004 when DNA testing cleared Marshall of all assaults.
Compensation
Simon was compensated for 2.3 million dollars , this is the highest compensation given that was this form of case before. They based it on how much his medication would cost and lost time in jail.
Reflection Piece
I think that when he said that he was the one that did all the crimes that they didn't really need to look into anything else. It was done very poorly given that the man was mentally handicap.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/man-confessed-to-sex-crimes-he-didn-t-commit-1.536266
http://www.canada.com/story.html?id=3b95d3e6-22f8-47dc-aecc-9b9e84a01c97
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/canada-s-wrongful-convictions-1.783998
http://forejustice.org/db/Marshall--Simon.html
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