Richard Alex Williams is interviewed in the law offices of Victor Haltom, on his first day free after being acquitted for a 1996 murder on Nov. 2, 2015. After three trials, the first a hung jury, the second convicted him of first-degree murder and was then tossed out, he was set free. He spent 18 years in jail.
Richard Alex Williams is interviewed in the law offices of Victor Haltom, on his first day free after being acquitted for a 1996 murder on Nov. 2, 2015. After three trials, the first a hung jury, the second convicted him of first-degree murder and was then tossed out, he was set free. He spent 18 years in jail. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee
Richard Alex Williams is interviewed in the law offices of Victor Haltom, on his first day free after being acquitted for a 1996 murder on Nov. 2, 2015. After three trials, the first a hung jury, the second convicted him of first-degree murder and was then tossed out, he was set free. He spent 18 years in jail. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee

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