Reasonable Doubts, Part 4: The Trial

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Darrell 'Diamond' Jones was 19 when he was convicted of murdering an alleged drug dealer in Brockton.

Now 30 years into a life sentence without parole Jones maintains he's not guilty, and a motion for a retrial based on new forensic findings is currently before the Mass. Court of Appeals.

This week WBUR, in collaboration with the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, is examining the case of Darrell Jones in a series of stories called "Reasonable Doubts: Reopening The Case Of Darrell ‘Diamond’ Jones.” Listen to Part 4 above, or you can read the digital version of our joint investigation here.

This segment aired on January 14, 2016.


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