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State v. Kagonyera / Wilcoxson

In the case of State v. Kagonyera and Wilcoxson, the Commission conducted a hearing on April 28 and 29, 2011.  The Commission voted unanimously that there was sufficient evidence to merit judicial review. At that time, the case was referred forward to a three-judge panel. The documents presented at the Commission hearing became public record and are included below.

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State v. Kagonyera / Wilcoxson Brief

The transcripts of the Commission hearing are available for viewing ONLY. The transcripts online are not available to print. If you would like to purchase a printed copy of the hearing transcript please contact Court Reporting Services at 919-832-4114 or crsdepo@crsdepo.com.

Kagonyera / Wilcoxson Hearing: Day One of Two

Kagonyera / Wilcoxson Hearing: Day Two of Two

Commission Hearing Power Point Presentation

Handouts given to Commissioners during the hearing

Transcript of Kagonyera Deposition

Transcript of Wilcoxson Deposition

Confessions Expert Affidavit and Report

Vehicle Make/Model Expert Affidavit and Report

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Portion of Surveillance Video Taped Over

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Detective Sprinkle Deposition Segment One

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Detective Sprinkle Deposition Segment Two

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Surveillance Video of Vehicle Slowed to Real Time

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Surveillance Video Inside Store Slowed to Real Time

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Men at Car

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Men Going Back Into Store

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Kagonyera Deposition Segment

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Wilcoxson Deposition Segment

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Williams Deposition Segment

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Bacoate Deposition Segment

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Phone Interviews presented at the Commission Hearing:

Tyrell Dickey Phone Interview one

Tyrell Dickey Phone Interview Two

Tyrell DIckey Phone Interview Three

Kevin Polk Phone Interview

Commission Opinion

 

Kagonyera and Wilcoxson Three-Judge Panel

The three-judge panel was held in Buncombe County from September 12, 2011 through September 22, 2011. At the conclusion of that hearing, the Judges ruled that Mr. Kagonyera and Mr. Wilcoxson had proven their innocence by clear and convincing evidence.  Mr. Kagonyera and Mr. Wilcoxson exonerated were set free.

The documents and transcripts from the three-judge panel hearing were made a part of the official court file and are public record. You may contact the Buncombe County Clerk of Court if you wish to review those documents.

You can also read the opinion of the three-judge panel by clicking on the link below:

Three Judge Panel's Opinion

 

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