Procedural hearing set for Missouri man seeking exoneration
October 8, 2021
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A hearing about procedural issues is scheduled for Friday in the case of a Kansas City man who is seeking to be exonerated in a triple murder committed more than 40 years ago.
Judge James Welsh scheduled the hearing Wednesday during his first case management conference after being assigned the case of Kevin Strickland. Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters-Baker announced in May that new evidence indicated that Strickland did not commit the murders.
The purpose of Friday's hearing is to determine what evidence can be admitted during a future hearing that will det...