In a peculiar criminal case where the prosecutor wanted a conviction vacated and the defendant wanted nothing of the sort, an upstate appellate panel has rejected an effort by the Monroe County district attorney to resurrect a technically flawed conviction.

People v. Sanders, 10-00362, centers on a defendant who could apparently wipe an assault conviction off his record, but doing so would expose him to an indictment on a higher charge.

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