One of New Jersey’s most notorious cold cases took another twist Tuesday, as the state Supreme Court overturned a woman’s conviction in the 1991 murder of her 5-year-old son.
In 2016, Michelle Lodzinski was convicted of killing her son Timothy Wiltsey following a lengthy trial, decades after his disappearance. On Tuesday the Supreme Court held the evidence in the case didn’t support the verdict.
“We now hold that after reviewing “the entirety of the evidence and after giving the State the benefit of all its favorable testimony and all the favorable inferences drawn from that testimony,” no reasonable jury could find beyond a reasonable doubt that Lodzinski purposefully or
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