Marissa Alexander was sentenced to 20 years in prison after she fired a gun over the head of her abusive husband during a violent confrontation in 2010.

Thanks to human error, she will get a new trial.

From Colorlines:

Alexander made clear that she feared for her life during the incident. Gray had twice been arrested for domestic abuse against Alexander; one of those times included an attack during a time when Alexander was pregnant. An appeals court ruled that the jury received flawed instructions—which means Alexander will get a new trial. The case against Alexander was prosecuted by Angela Corey—the same attorney who also oversaw the prosecution in the George Zimmerman murder trial that resulted in a jury finding Zimmerman not guilty in connection to the killing of Trayvon Martin. The cases drew striking parallels about Florida’s justice system.

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Supporters of Alexander are demanding that she be released pending the new trial.

The justice system has yet another chance to get it right.

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