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On September 19, 2003, the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board voted to award Rick Walker the statutory $100 per day for every day he was wrongly imprisoned. Two days later, Gov. Gray Davis signed a bill that authorized payment of Walker's claim. According to legal experts, the compensation process usually takes at least two years from application to payment. In Rick Walker's case it took only three months.
with contributions from Jerry McIntire, Sally Critchley Sullivan, Jean Foster, Judy Weldon, David A. Cornell, Christopher Lowenberg
items of interest
with contributions from Orla Kennedy, Jeffrey Kluger, Jeremy Redmon, Nelly Favis-Villafuerte
Innocent from the beginning, forgiving to the end
By Warren Bolon Senior Writer
The courage to apologize, the heart to forgive
By Beverly Goldsmith
No place for condemnation
By Rebecca Odegaard
A family prays FOR HEALING
with contributions from Tracy Jenkins, Stuart Jenkins
The joy of cycling
By John DeRussy
Learn to be parented
By Roderick Nordell
The spirit to forgive
By Bettie Gray Staff Editor
The two sides of innocence
By Richard A. Nenneman
Healing gained, mobility restored
Prayer for better housing