NJ's "Fair" Exxon Settlement; Wrongfully on Death Row; New Orleans Now

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The streets of New Orleans Ninth Ward were still fllooded more than a week after Hurricane Katrina caused numerous levee breaks. September 9, 2005.

Attorney Brian Stevenson is founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, dedicated to defending the poor and wrongly condemned. He talks about his personal transformation while defending a man who had been sentenced to death for a murder he didn’t commit. Plus: WNYC's Anna Sale brings stories of recovery and rebuilding from New Orleans; a New Jersey judge calls the state's $225 million settlement with Exxon Mobil "fair;" a call-in for teachers who stick with it; and a call-in for NYC transplants from other countries.