A group says 10 Michigan women convicted of murder deserve to be freed from prison because they were subjected to domestic violence and didn't get fair trials.
The Detroit Free Press reports the Michigan Women's Justice and Clemency Project is filing petitions for clemency with Gov. Rick Snyder for the women, who were convicted of first- or second-degree murder and have been behind bars for years.
One of the cases is that of Nancy Seaman, a Detroit-area teacher who hacked her husband to death with a hatchet in in 2004.
All of the women have sought clemency before and have been denied.
Four of the 10 cases set for review occurred in Oakland County. Prosecutor Jessica Cooper said her office is monitoring the petitions.
Tonight in the Daily Pulse we're wondering: Do you think these women each deserve a retrial? Yes or no? Why or why not?