Twenty year old Duluth murder conviction could get retrial because of overstated evidence

The FBI admits testimony about bullets in a two decade old murder case was overstated. Legal experts say that could prompt a retrial in the case that stemmed from a divorce and child custody dispute, and ended with a woman's shooting death.
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The FBI admits testimony about bullets in a two decade old murder case was overstated. Legal experts say that could prompt a retrial in the case that stemmed from a divorce and child custody dispute, and ended with a woman's shooting death.

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