Tribal Attorney In Maine Framed On Drug Charge In 1968 Posthumously Pardoned


By Erin Slomski-Pritz
Morning Edition / NPR (1/15/20)

Maine’s governor issued what’s believed to be the state’s first posthumous pardon — acknowledging that state officials had framed a lawyer for trying to win legal rights for one of the state’s tribes.

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