A 52-Year-Old Man Is Convicted, in Juvenile Court, of a 36-Year-Old Murder

nytimes.com — ELIZABETH, N.J. - By all other measures it would be a routine case of the "C.S.I." age: a detective working a cold case alights on a stray clue, and running a DNA sample, finds a man he believes is the killer. Thirty-six years after the crime, the man is brought to trial and convicted of murder.
NYTimes: Man, 52, Is Convicted as a Juvenile in a 1976 Murder, Creating a Legal Tangle t.co/1fc3OS7f
NYTimes: Man, 52, Is Convicted as a Juvenile in a 1976 Murder, Creating a Legal Tangle t.co/XqyHwnQd