With no legal recourse against the system that erroneously imprisoned him for 16 years, Calvin C. Johnson Jr. may get financial help through a concerned legislator.

State Rep. Frank I. Bailey Jr., D-Riverdale, says he was touched by news accounts of Johnson’s release last week thanks to new DNA testing that showed Johnson didn’t rape a College Park woman. But Bailey wonders if the state should do more.

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