First Wa. Drug Conviction Voided By Poor Lab Work

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Kyan Cardwell, who was serving a six-year prison term for methamphetamine manufacturing, is the first person to have a drug conviction overturned as a result of flawed forensic analysis by former Washington State Patrol crime lab chemist Arnold Melnikoff, reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Her release in June came three months after a Post-Intelligencer investigation found
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