Poor representation, a hesitant judge and a woman’s sexual past all justifya new trial for two brothers convicted in a “date rape drug” case, theirlawyer argues.

The Jan. 29 conviction of Timothy D. and Kenneth Lee Iverson, both ofAlpharetta, was touted by Fulton District Attorney Paul L. Howard Jr.as the “first of its kind.” Both were convicted of using GHB, or gammahydroxy butyric acid, to subdue the 18-year-old Georgia State Universitystudent and then sexually assault her in her apartment.

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