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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Mohamed Noor appeals; moved to North Dakota for safety

Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor is appealing his murder and manslaughter convictions to the Minnesota Court of Appeals. Also, Noor is being transfer out of Oak Park Heights prison in Minnesota to the North Dakota State Penitentiary in Bismarck for safety reasons.

Paul Walsh at the Minneapolis Star Tribune:

Among [Noor’s lawyers’] anticipated issues for appeal: Whether District Court Judge Kathryn Quaintance erred “by limiting Mr. Noor’s right to present allowing the State of Minnesota to engage in prosecutorial misconduct, improperly instructing the jury on Murder in the 3rd Degree and allowing charges to go to the jury which were not supported by probable cause,” the filing read.

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