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November 22, 2013 | Justice for the San Antonio Four

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Four San Antonio women, sent to prison in the 1990s following their convictions on aggravated sexual assault of two young girls, are out on bond this week based on a new law passed by the Texas Legislature last spring. The law allows a judge to reopen cases in which scientific analysis presented at trial is later determined to be wrong.

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