Attorneys for Man Convicted of Murdering his Wife Say New Evidence Shows Client’s iInocence
August 26, 2015
OREM, Utah -- An Orem man convicted of killing his wife believes new evidence will show he is innocent.
Attorneys for Conrad Truman, 33, requested he receive a new trial and be released from prison based, in part, on a new analysis from a deputy state medical examiner.
“I can no longer state with medical or scientific certainty which individual fired the fatal shot,” stated Dr. Edward Leis in a signed affidavit. “I can no longer rule out the possibility that Heidy Truman died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound of the head.”
“Conrad Truman is innocent and there was a massive injustice that was committed in the process of his conviction,” said defense attorney Mark Moffat.