State of Maine v. Moses King (Not guilty verdict on felony charge, misdemeanor dismissed after illegally obtained confession thrown out)

State of Maine v. Moses King (Not guilty verdict on felony charge, misdemeanor dismissed after illegally obtained confession thrown out)

Moses King was found not guilty of aggravated assault after a jury trial, but convicted of misdemeanor criminal threatening. The Maine Supreme Court threw out his illegally obtained confession and remanded to the Superior Court for a new trial on the criminal threatening conviction without using his statements against him, and upon remand the State of Maine dismissed the case against Moses King.

State of Maine v. Moses King, 136 A.3d 366 (Me. 2016) (April 12, 2016)