Lynn DeJac Peters, whose conviction for killing her teenage daughter was overturned in 2007 on the basis of DNA evidence, initially sought more than $10 million in a written demand in 2009 but lowered the amount as time went on.
State to Pay $2.7 Million to Woman Wrongfully Imprisoned for 13 Years
The Associated Press
November 15, 2012
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