NY woman to get $2.7M for wrongful conviction - Article Photos 1/3

Attorney Steven M. Cohen speaks to reporters during a press conference to announce a $2.7 million settlement between New York State and his client, Lynn DeJac Peters, who was wrongfully convicted of murdering her daughter in 1993 and spent over 13 years in prison before being vindicated by DNA evidence, in a conference room at the office of Hogan Willig in Amherst, N.Y. Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012. A federal lawsuit against Erie County and the City of Buffalo is ongoing. Cohen, center, is joined by Chuck Peters, left, husband of Lynn DeJac Peters, and attorney Diane Tiveron, right.(AP Photo/Buffalo News, Derek Gee) TV OUT; MAGS OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT; BATAVIA DAILY NEWS OUT; DUNKIRK OBSERVER OUT; JAMESTOWN POST-JOURNAL OUT; LOCKPORT UNION-SUN JOURNAL OUT; NIAGARA GAZETTE OUT; OLEAN TIMES-HERALD OUT; SALAMANCA PRESS OUT; TONAWANDA NEWS OUT