Husband Wins New Trial In Wife's Murder; Computer Expert Wrongly Barred

Husband Wins New Trial In Wife's Murder; Computer Expert Wrongly Barred

RALEIGH, N.C. - A computer security expert need not be a forensic computer analyst to opine that the only physical evidence linking a man to his wife's murder was tampered with, a North Carolina Court of Appeals panel held Sept. 3 in finding that the trial judge wrongly limited the expert (State of North Carolina v. Bradley Graham Cooper, No. COA12-926, N.C. App.; 2013 N.C. App. LEXIS 936).

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