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Charges dismissed against Maryland man who stood trial four times for murder

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Baltimore City State's Attorney Ivan Bates dismissed all charges against Keith Davis Jr., who stood trial four times for murder and spent seven years behind bars. Bates said prosecutorial mistakes and misconduct complicated the case of a man whose supporters say was wrongly convicted. WBAL's Kate Amara reports.