Randolph Arledge, right, embraces his son, Chris Rodgers, center, as Innocence Project of Texas policy director Cory Session looks on after a court hearing in Corsicana, Texas, on Monday, Feb. 11, 2013. Arledge was freed Monday after three decades in prison after new DNA evidence showed he was wrongfully convicted of a 1981 murder. (AP Photo/Nomaan Merchant)

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Randolph Arledge, right, embraces his son, Chris Rodgers, center, as Innocence Project of Texas policy director Cory Session looks on after a court hearing in Corsicana, Texas, on Monday, Feb. 11, 2013. Arledge was freed Monday after three decades in prison after new DNA evidence showed he was wrongfully convicted of a 1981 murder. (AP Photo/Nomaan Merchant)
Randolph Arledge, right, embraces his son, Chris Rodgers, center, as Innocence Project of Texas policy director Cory Session looks on after a court hearing in Corsicana, Texas, on Monday, Feb. 11, 2013. Arledge was freed Monday after three decades in prison after new DNA evidence showed he was wrongfully convicted of a 1981 murder. (AP Photo/Nomaan Merchant)
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