In the wake of the May 4 Connecticut Supreme Court ruling to vacate the murder conviction of Michael Skakel, it’s now up to the state to decide how it will proceed with the case.

Connecticut attorneys were divided Monday as to how prosecutors might lean, but they agreed the government faced an uphill battle after the high court reversed itself—thanks to the retirement of one judge and the addition of another.

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