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Herman Atkins spent 12 years in prison for a rape he did not commit, was released in 2000 when DNA evidence confirmed he was not the assailant and has spent his time since his freedom speaking around the country on the horrors of wrongful incarceration. From South Central Los Angeles, Herman has earned an Associate’s and Bachelor’s Degree and currently is in law school outside of San Diego His dynamic, transparent and revealing memoir, Wrongfully Convicted: An Innocent Man’s Inspiring Story From Jail to Justice, is a powerful story of redemption and faith.

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