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  • Darryl Howard, a free man, hugs his wife after two 1995 murder convictions are vacated by Durham judge

    VIDEO: Judge Hudson’s ruling found that new DNA evidence raised questions of Howard's guilt. Howard, 54, was freed shortly after 3 p.m. Wednesday and reunited with his wife Nannie Howard, who married him several years after he was convicted. “I want to go see my grandchildren, go see my mom and go home,” Howard said.

VIDEO: Judge Hudson’s ruling found that new DNA evidence raised questions of Howard's guilt. Howard, 54, was freed shortly after 3 p.m. Wednesday and reunited with his wife Nannie Howard, who married him several years after he was convicted. “I want to go see my grandchildren, go see my mom and go home,” Howard said. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
VIDEO: Judge Hudson’s ruling found that new DNA evidence raised questions of Howard's guilt. Howard, 54, was freed shortly after 3 p.m. Wednesday and reunited with his wife Nannie Howard, who married him several years after he was convicted. “I want to go see my grandchildren, go see my mom and go home,” Howard said. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

Judge vacates murder convictions against Darryl Howard, Durham DA will not appeal

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