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Attorney Argues Evidence Tainted

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Ballistics evidence tying a northwest Missouri man to the 1990 shooting of his two neighbors has been compromised by a private investigator and jurors shouldn’t be allowed to hear it in his third murder trial, a lawyer for the defendant told a state appeals court panel Tuesday.
Attorney Michele Puckett-Burkhead asked the three judges to uphold an April ruling by Platte County Circuit Judge Owens

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