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Mississippi death row inmate Michelle Byrom will get a new trial, the state supreme court ruled today. Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood wanted the execution to take place in March, but the high court wouldn't grant the OK to go ahead, and now Byrom's case has been sent back to trial. Byrom was accused of killing her husband, but her son said several times that he was the actual killer.
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