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From the back cover of the DVD case: On December 9, 1991 Rick Walker was convicted and sentenced to 26 years in prison for a murder he did not commit. Linked to the crime by false testimony and questionable legal tactics, Walker would spend the next 12 years in some of California's most dangerous prisons. $100 a Day is a compelling story of gross injustice, political partisanship and the heroic struggle to prove Walker's innocence. Once exonerated, he would face yet another barrier to justice - the California State Legislature. Entitled to one hundred dollars for each day spent falsely imprisoned, Walker would become a pawn in the annual partisan battle over the California budget. Ultimately, $100 a Day is about hope - hope that in one man's quest for justice lays the inspiration for our elected officials to govern with the true strength of their convictions.
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