Martin Tankleff getting law degree

After serving 17 years in prison before his conviction in his parents' deaths was overturned, Martin Tankleff said his goal was to beomce a lawyer. He graduates May 25, 2014, from Touro Law Center and plans to establish a foundation to help other prisoners who are wrongfully accused. (Credit: Howard Schnapp)

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