Adnan Syed, of ‘Serial’ fame, has conviction vacated

Adnan syed, of 'serial' fame, has conviction vacated

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Adnan Syed, of ‘Serial’ fame, has conviction vacated” – below is their description.

CNBC’s Shomari Stone joins Shep Smith to report on a judge’s order that Adnan Syed, whose story was featured in the hit podcast ‘Serial,’ be released today because the state no longer had confidence in the integrity of his conviction.

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