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Minnesota Lynx star forward Maya Moore on media day for the Lynx at Target Center May 12, 2014 in Minneapolis , MN. ] Jerry Holt

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via EEWMagazine/Article By James Washington

WNBA Star Maya Moore left the game to help a friend Jonathan Irons, get his conviction overturned.

Well, today, Moore contacted Irons in state prison to let him know that the judge had ruled in his favor. It was a sweet moment indeed.

As previously reported by EEW Magazine Online, Irons has been incarcerated since 1997 after he was convicted in the nonfatal shooting of a homeowner during a burglary. He is serving a 50-year sentence despite there being no physical evidence — no DNA, fingerprints or footprints — linking Irons to the crime.

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