Iowa, April 26

Heemstra is convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison. •Heemstra appeals. He claims he was denied a fair trial because a judge blocked access to Lyon’s medical records. •The Iowa Supreme Court rules that Heemstra ...

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