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An appellate court in Massachusetts has reversed a trial court’s decision granting summary judgment to an insurer in a wrongful conviction case, finding that the underlying complaint’s allegations against the insured town left open the “potential for liability to be predicated on negligence” and rejecting the insurer’s contention that an exclusion for violation of a “penal statute” applied. 

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