Earl Bell walks out of Sedgwick County Jail a free man in 2002 after he was acquitted on four counts of first-degree murder. He is accompanied by his father, Earl Sr., left, and his cousin Chad Cotton, right. Bell lost a bid Wednesday to have a subsequent aggravated assault conviction expunged from his record.
Earl Bell walks out of Sedgwick County Jail a free man in 2002 after he was acquitted on four counts of first-degree murder. He is accompanied by his father, Earl Sr., left, and his cousin Chad Cotton, right. Bell lost a bid Wednesday to have a subsequent aggravated assault conviction expunged from his record. File photo
Earl Bell walks out of Sedgwick County Jail a free man in 2002 after he was acquitted on four counts of first-degree murder. He is accompanied by his father, Earl Sr., left, and his cousin Chad Cotton, right. Bell lost a bid Wednesday to have a subsequent aggravated assault conviction expunged from his record. File photo

Man acquitted in quadruple homicide trial loses bid to have felony record expunged

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