An attorney for John Giuca, a Brooklyn man who has claimed for more than a decade that he was falsely accused of murdering a New Jersey college student, said in a new court filing that evidence was suppressed from the state’s highest court before it denied his client a new trial in June.

Mark Bederow, a criminal defense attorney from Manhattan representing Giuca, has now filed a new motion in Brooklyn Supreme Court seeking to have his conviction from 2005 thrown out.

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