A man convicted of vehicular homicide will get a new trial, after the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Monday that a jury should have heard evidence that the crash victim was also drinking.
Jurors who had just convicted self-help author James Arthur Ray of negligent homicide listened as prosecutors played an audio clip of his words that the defense was certain had not been heard before in court.
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A St. Paul man is getting a hearing to determine whether he deserves a new trial for a Toyota crash that killed three people.
Lawyers for Tom Petters are asking a federal appeals court to order a new trial for the Minnesota businessman, who’s convicted of running a $3.7 billion Ponzi scheme.
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