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California man Ricky Davis exonerated from 2005 murder conviction

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Published on Feb 14, 2020

A California man said he was “just glad to be out,” after spending 15 years behind bars for a murder he maintains he never committed. Ricky Davis was exonerated and set free on Thursday after his conviction was overturned thanks to new DNA evidence and help from the Northern California Innocence Project. Mola Lenghi reports on the first comments Davis made as a free man, exclusively on CBS News.

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