Lawyers battle in trial over extra prison time for sex offender

Man seeks damages from ex-clerk and staffer over spending 22 extra months in state prison

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Whatever else the jury remembers from hearing the case of Calvin McGee, one fact will likely remainin their memories: 645 days, the length of time he spent in prison when he should have been a free man.

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  • Auden L. Grumet, Esq.

    I hope McGee prevails entirely and is fully compensated for his damages/harm. The situation was entirely unacceptable and if I were a juror I'd tack on another $5M in punitive damages.

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