Laws providing compensation to people who are wrongfully convicted and imprisoned have many inequities and inconsistencies. In New York and elsewhere, it is difficult to get compensation, and the damage awards often seem inconsistent.
Archive for July, 2009
Back in 1967, Craig Rodwell could find only 25 books that could be considered gay or lesbian literature. But he put them on a shelf in Greenwich Village and opened the Oscar Wilde Memorial Bookshop – America’s first and best-known gay and lesbian bookstore.