From left, former NC Justice Bob Orr, attorney Christine Mumma and Mumma coworker Cheryl Sullivan speak briefly during the afternoon recess in Mumma's disciplinary hearing by the NC State Bar in Raleigh, NC Wednesday afternoon, January 13, 2016. The case against Mumma, head of the NC Center on Actual Innocence is being heard on allegations of professional misconduct while investigating the innocence claim of then-convicted Joseph Sledge in a double homicide from 1976. The case is expected to continue through this week.
From left, former NC Justice Bob Orr, attorney Christine Mumma and Mumma coworker Cheryl Sullivan speak briefly during the afternoon recess in Mumma's disciplinary hearing by the NC State Bar in Raleigh, NC Wednesday afternoon, January 13, 2016. The case against Mumma, head of the NC Center on Actual Innocence is being heard on allegations of professional misconduct while investigating the innocence claim of then-convicted Joseph Sledge in a double homicide from 1976. The case is expected to continue through this week. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
From left, former NC Justice Bob Orr, attorney Christine Mumma and Mumma coworker Cheryl Sullivan speak briefly during the afternoon recess in Mumma's disciplinary hearing by the NC State Bar in Raleigh, NC Wednesday afternoon, January 13, 2016. The case against Mumma, head of the NC Center on Actual Innocence is being heard on allegations of professional misconduct while investigating the innocence claim of then-convicted Joseph Sledge in a double homicide from 1976. The case is expected to continue through this week. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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