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Topic - Leon Cannizzaro
Authorities in New Orleans say an arrest warrant was issued for a former Orleans Parish Sheriff's deputy after an investigation into a fight involving a jail inmate.
A 43-year-old suspended New Orleans Police officer accused of sexually assaulting three teenagers dating back to the 1990s broke into tears as prosecutors sought to again push back his trial date.
Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro tells reporters on Monday, May 12, 2014, that Reginald Adams, 61, has been freed after being unjustly imprisoned for 34 years because former prosecutors and former detectives withheld evidence that would have acquitted him of killing a police officer’s wife in 1979.
Cannizzaro said he and the attorneys with him had just come from court, where they asked a district judge to reverse Adams’ 1990 conviction on a charge of second-degree murder.