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Immune from Justice

Hillman hopes officials fix the law soon, given the high stakes: "If prosecutors don’t play by the rules, then the whole system falls apart.”

RIC HILLMAN THOUGHT THE LAW WAS CLEAR WHEN HE DIScovered new evidence that could help the man he was prosecuting in 2014. Then a prosecutor

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