The U.S. Navy’s conviction of 50 African-American seamen for mutiny at Port Chicago during World War II was surely a nadir in America’s military past.

But now attorneys at Morrison & Foerster have helped write a new and happier chapter for one of the men unjustly convicted in the case stemming from the Contra Costa County, Calif. port.

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