Minnesota man’s murder conviction vacated in wife’s death


              Thomas Rhodes, center, walks out of the Minnesota Correction Facility in Moose Lake, Minn., on Friday, Jan. 13, 2023, after authorities vacated his murder conviction in the 1996 death of his wife. Rhodes served 25 years in prison for murder, but authorities said Friday that his conviction would be vacated due to flawed testimony from an expert witness. Rhodes instead pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Friday and got credit for time served. (Fong Lee via AP)
            
              Thomas Rhodes smiles as he walked out of a Minnesota state prison on Friday, Jan. 13, 2023, in Moose Lake, Minn. Rhodes had been convicted of murder in the 1996 death of his wife and had served 25 years before authorities vacated his murder conviction on Friday, citing flawed testimony from an expert witness. He instead pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Friday and got credit for time served. (Fong Lee via AP)
Minnesota man’s murder conviction vacated in wife’s death