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In 1997, Rodney Reed was convicted of murder, ending a lengthy investigation into the death of a young woman named Stacey Stites. But to Reed, the case was never really closed; he strongly avows his innocence. Almost 23 years later, the public seems ...

A Case for Base Compensation

In 1997, Rodney Reed was convicted of murder, ending a lengthy investigation into the death of a young woman named Stacey Stites. But to Reed, the case was never really closed; he strongly avows his innocence. Almost 23 years later, the public seems ...