Flowers’ last conviction and death sentence were overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court in June. However, the old grand jury indictment charging him with four counts of capital murder are still in play. In September, Flowers was taken off death row and moved to a county jail where he may face a 7th trial.
Flowers’ attorney, Rob McDuff, filed a motion asking for bail. In his argument, McDuff cited several findings from the podcast, which cast doubt on the case against Flowers.
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