Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Court of Claims Act. Provides that the amount of an unjust imprisonment award shall be $85,000 multiplied by the number of years served in prison, expressed as a fraction to reflect partial years, plus any child support arrearage of the claimant resulting from support obligations that arose while the claimant was in prison (instead of a amount at the discretion of the court subject to certain maximums on the award and attorney's fees). Provides that a person who receives such an award may not bring or proceed with any action involving the same subject matter including the person's arrest, conviction, or confinement against the State or other governmental entities or their employees. Provides that any compensation under the provisions concerning unjust imprisonment shall be reduced by any amount received by the person in an award or settlement from any other action brought prior to receiving an award. Provides that the changes made by the amendatory Act apply to claims pending on or filed after the effective date. Effective immediately.