My good friend, Brandy Knight caught this Judicial link before I did. Kudos, Brandy, for letting me know about this.
The Fifth Court of Appeals in Dallas, Texas ruled that there were 2 errors made during the Capitol Murder trial of the nanny, Ada Betty Cuadros Fernandez.
Ada Betty Cuadros Fernandez was caring for twin boys, and investigators concluded that she had smashed one of the twin boy's head into a cabinet door in the kitchen.
"The court ruled Friday that Cuadros' defense attorney was not able to cross-examine a DNA analyst who prepared a report used at trial, violating a defendant's right to confront an accuser. An expert witness opinion rebutting the prosecution's theory of the case also was wrongly excluded from trial, the court said." It appears this is another case involving DNA.