Greg Taylor talks to the media during a break as lawyer Christine Mumma of the N.C. Center for Actual Innocence goes before N.C. State Bar in Raleigh for a disciplinary hearing in January 2015. Taylor was exonerated of murder charges in 2010 largely due to the work of Mumma and her commission.
Greg Taylor talks to the media during a break as lawyer Christine Mumma of the N.C. Center for Actual Innocence goes before N.C. State Bar in Raleigh for a disciplinary hearing in January 2015. Taylor was exonerated of murder charges in 2010 largely due to the work of Mumma and her commission. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Greg Taylor talks to the media during a break as lawyer Christine Mumma of the N.C. Center for Actual Innocence goes before N.C. State Bar in Raleigh for a disciplinary hearing in January 2015. Taylor was exonerated of murder charges in 2010 largely due to the work of Mumma and her commission. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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