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DNA Evidence Could Exonerate Man Accused of Murder

DNA Evidence Could Exonerate Man Accused of Murder



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(KSL News) DNA evidence could help exonerate a man accused in a decades-old murder.

During trial yesterday, an expert witness testified that the DNA of suspect Dan Peterson was found under the fingernails of victim Tiffany Hambleton along with the DNA of another man.

DNA Evidence Could Exonerate Man Accused of Murder

Defense attorneys for Peterson say that could prove reasonable doubt.

Prosecutors maintain Peterson sexually assaulted and killed Hambleton after a concert in 1986.

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