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Cleveland Wright, 55, of DC makes his way to the church he attends at Resurrection Church of God in Christ on Sunday, August 18, 2013, in Washington, DC. Wright seeks to clear his name after wrongfully serving more than 28 years in prison. Prosecutors have agree that a court should throw out the conviction, acknowledging that flaws in their case were revealed by DNA testing that exonerated his co-defendant, Santae Tribble, who also wrongfully spent 28 years locked up. Wright found religion while incarcerated and now quotes scriptures from two marked-up Bibles his mother sent him when he was in the clink.