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SJC backs retrial in slaying to air self-defense claim

Says jurors lacked evidence in Pring-Wilson conviction

Alexander Pring-Wilson, in court in January, has been at home on $400,000 bail. Alexander Pring-Wilson, in court in January, has been at home on $400,000 bail. ( )
By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / April 11, 2007

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The state's highest court upheld yesterday a judge's controversial ruling that ordered a new trial for Alexander Pring-Wilson, a former Harvard graduate student convicted of fatally stabbing an 18-year-old cook in a fight on a Cambridge street in 2003. (Full article: 1083 words)

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