SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The man who had his murder conviction overturned in his wife’s death will be in a federal courtroom in Springfield tomorrow.
Brad Jennings will be in the plaintiff’s chair for a civil case.
Jennings is suing the highway patrol sergeant who investigated his case.
Jennings was convicted in his wife’s Christmas day death in 2006.
He spent nearly 9 years in prison before a judge overturned his conviction last year.
The judge made that decision after learning evidence from a gunshot residue test was not turned over to attorneys.
Jennings is suing Sergeant Dan Nash in civil court.
Jury selection begins at 9 a.m. in Springfield federal court on Feb. 18.
Ozarks First will be covering this court case throughout the day.
To learn more about Brad Jennings’s story of being released from prison, click here.