A split state appeals panel has upset the murder conviction of a Long Island man convicted of killing his allegedly abusive stepfather with a Samurai sword.
The Appellate Division, Second Department, has ruled that a series of errors by the trial court judge, Suffolk County Supreme Court Justice Robert W. Doyle, may have led to a faulty verdict.
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