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Appeals Court Reverses St. Paul Woman's Fatal Stabbing Conviction

October 05, 2017 01:58 PM

The above video first aired in July 2015, during the week the stabbing occurred.


A St. Paul woman convicted of killing her boyfriend last year will get another chance to prove her claim of self-defense.

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The Minnesota Court of Appeals reversed Natalie Pollard's conviction after finding errors in how a Ramsey County District Court jury was instructed. The Ramsey County Attorney's Office has decided it will retry her.

The 36-year-old woman was sentenced to nearly 11 years in prison for fatally stabbing Obinna Nwankpa. She argued at trial that she acted in self-defense after Nwankpa broke into her house.


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The Associated Press

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