Judge in Miami vacates life sentence of man wrongfully convicted of 1990 killing

A judge in Miami vacated the life sentence of Thomas Raynard James, a 55-year-old Black man who prosecutors said was wrongfully convicted because of mistaken identity over three decades ago. James won release Wednesday after serving 32 years for the 1990 death of Francis McKinnon. CBS Miami’s Keith Jones has more.

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