- Published: 23 April 2009
There are few experiences with such emotional highs as being exonerated -- for the exoneree, the exoneree's family, friends and support team.
But with the exoneration all the rules have been changed . . . or at least the ones that apply to the exoneree. Adjusting back into society is no small task. One of greatest challenges is often the issue of employment. Whether the exoneree is black or white, educated or a skilled laborer, finding a job seems almost like an insurmountable task.
In the brief video below, you will get an idea of what it might be like.
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