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Court ruling, citing prosecutorial missteps, is the latest chapter in Leisa Martin case that one lawyer called ‘bizarre’

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By Jim Anderson

Star Tribune

BAGLEY – To a tangled homicide investigation that includes a family’s tightly held “shroud of secrets,” strife between two brothers, and a mysterious note on a bank deposit slip left on Leisa Martin’s grave, the Minnesota Court of Appeals has added “prosecutorial misconduct and the presentation of inadmissible evidence.”

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