Attorneys convened outside Suffolk Superior Court Monday to urge Suffolk District Attorney Kevin Hayden to drop the charges against a Chelsea man whose murder conviction was overturned last week, marking his second wrongful conviction since his case was first tried in 1986.

“This conviction was built on a house of cards with a foundation that has entirely dissolved,” said Radha Natarajan, executive director of the New England Innocence Project. “The ball is in the hands of the Suffolk District Attorney … [to decide] whether to end this injustice, or whether they are going to proceed with a fourth trial.”


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