Some of the guests I have interviewed for the KOC podcast series have been making news… Bloodstain pattern analysis expert, Paulette Sutton, apparently had a role in a decision a few weeks ago that granted a Pennsylvania man a new trial. In 1992, Kevin Siehl was convicted of the brutal death of his ex-wife who was found stabbed multiple times in her bathtub. The prosecutors who handled the case are now judges so an out-of-county judge decided whether Siehl deserved a new trial based on prosecutorial misconduct. The violation was that prosecutors were aware that a test of blood on Siehl’s shoes came back as his own blood, not that of his ex-wife. At trial, jurors were misled to believe that the blood on Siehl’s shoes was the victim’s blood which, of course, would place him at the scene of…

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