Jon Lovey, right, attorney for Alton Logan, left, who was wrongly convicted of murder and spent 26 years in prison, speaks at a news conference Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013, in Chicago, after

 

              Jon Lovey, right, attorney for Alton Logan, left, who was wrongly convicted of murder and spent 26 years in prison, speaks at a news conference Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013, in Chicago, after
Jon Lovey, right, attorney for Alton Logan, left, who was wrongly convicted of murder and spent 26 years in prison, speaks at a news conference Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013, in Chicago, after a Chicago City Council committee approved a $10.25 million dollars settlement; the biggest yet to stem from the city's notorious police torture scandal involving former Lt. John Burge. The 59-year-old Logan says the money doesn't make up for the years he spent in prison before his conviction was vacated and he was released in 2008. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)