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WVXU: Ohio Innocence Project fighting to clear Milford man after 11 years in prison

UC law professor appears on 'Cincinnati Edition' to discuss new DNA evidence discovered by OIP in case of man convicted of robbery

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Donald Caster, an assistant professor of clinical law at the University of Cincinnati College of Law and attorney with UC’s Ohio Innocence Project, will appear on WVXU’s Cincinnati Edition to discuss the OIP’s efforts in the case of a local man convicted of robbery.

Caster and WCPO journalist Paula Christian will discuss the case of Kevin Thornton, a Milford man who served 11 years in prison after being convicted of robbery. He now lives in a halfway house. Attorneys with the OIP say they’ve discovered DNA evidence that indicates Thornton did not rob the Cash Express store in 2007 for which he was convicted.

Read more about the story and listen to audio of segment here.