In the past five years David Saraceno has confessed to arson, persuaded a Superior Court judge to suppress the confession, seen the state Supreme Court overturn that ruling, been convicted of the charge, and been granted a new trial.

His legal odyssey apparently ended earlier this month when the state chose not to prosecute him on the arson charge and instead accepted a guilty plea on a lesser charge of hindering prosecution.

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