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Georgia, there have been at least 4 innocent persons sentenced to death, but subsequently exonerated, since 1973.
True
In Georgia, the usual claim raised via an extraordinary motion for a new trial is newly discovered evidence
True
At least in theory, the writ of habeas corpus has existed in Georgia since Oglethorpe first set his feet on the soil of Georgia.
True
In federal court, the exhaustion of state remedies doctrine is jurisdictional in nature
False
The 28 U.S.C. § 2255 remedy has a custody requirement.
True
The 28 U.S.C. § 2255 remedy is a habeas corpus proceeding.
False