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Adnan Syed calls for investigation into prosecutorial misconduct on protracted legal case

  • Adnan Syed, who was previously convicted of murder but had his conviction vacated last year, continues to emphasize his innocence and highlight key failures in his trial, such as the lack of testimony from an alibi witness and unreliable cellphone data.
  • Syed calls on Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown to investigate what he alleges as prosecutorial misconduct in his case, which gained widespread attention through the podcast 'Serial.' He also notes the importance of the judge's quick decision to schedule a hearing, possibly out of respect for his family.
  • Maryland's Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments for Syed's appeal on October 5th, while the Lee family, the victim's family, is appealing the decision to vacate Syed's conviction.
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