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Conviction Overturned, LaMonte Armstrong Adjusting After 17 Years

wunc on August 01, 2012 09:07

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    LaMonte Armstrong walked out of a Greensboro Courthouse a few weeks ago. The 62-year-old grandfather, graduate of North Carolina A&T and longtime basketball coach was free. Convicted of murder in 1995 and sentenced to life, Armstrong has always maintained his innocence. A local law clinic intervened, evidence raising significant doubts was revealed, and ultimately a judge overturned the conviction. After spending 17 years in prison, North Carolina Public Radio’s Jeff Tiberii reports on LaMonte Armstrong’s transition to the outside.Wed, 01 Aug 2012 05:00:00 EST

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