|Year of Conviction
|Year of Exoneration
|Testing inculpated culprit
|State of Conviction
|Trial, Bench Trial, or Guilty Plea
|Type of Crime
|Rape and Murder
|Gender of Exoneree
|Race of exoneree
|Description / Quotes from Testimony Concerning Defense
● Defense pointed to lack of fluids, hairs, or fiber that connects defendan twith the attacker, and that scent tracking dogs failed to pick up the defendant’s scent near body.
|Did the defendant testify at trial?
|Types of evidence at trial
|Type of Forensic Evidence
|Types of Flawed Forensics
|Reason why invalid
|Brief Quote / Description of Testimony
The analyst concluded that Brewer’s teeth in fact left the marks: “Within reasonable medical certainty, the teeth of Kenneth—un, Mr. Kennedy Brewer inflicted the patterns described on the body” of the victim, and explaining that reasonable medical certainty means “yes, he did” leave the marks.
|Highest level reached
|State Post Conviction
|Claims Raised During All Appeals and Postconviction
|Harmless Error Rulings
|Citations to judicial opinions
Brewer v. State, 725 S.2d 106 (Miss. 1998)