Thank you for your follow up.
I am afraid not. A Writ of Habeas Corpus is meant to have the prisoner challenge their incarceration - that is the main point of the Writ. If the prisoner is freed, then there is no longer a need to file the Writ of Habeas Corpus since they are freed.
If the ex-prisoner feels that they were wrongly incarcerated, they can move for a new trial
based on new evidence, overturn the original verdict, and then possibly sue the district attorney/state for wrongful incarceration.
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