Kyler Carriker hugs his attorney after being acquitted of murder in 2015. The Kansas Court of Appeals ruled Friday that he won’t have to serve prison time for a connected marijuana conviction.
Kyler Carriker hugs his attorney after being acquitted of murder in 2015. The Kansas Court of Appeals ruled Friday that he won’t have to serve prison time for a connected marijuana conviction. Matt Riedl File photo
Kyler Carriker hugs his attorney after being acquitted of murder in 2015. The Kansas Court of Appeals ruled Friday that he won’t have to serve prison time for a connected marijuana conviction. Matt Riedl File photo

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