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Trials and Arbitration
Witness takes back murder accusation in Shock Trauma worker's death, but testifies that men intimidated her

A day after dismissing double-murder charges against two men, Baltimore prosecutors asked a judge to convict them of intimidating the witness whose account had led to the dropped charges. The witness, Marnae Lewis, testified that she erroneously identified Antwon Morton as one of the men who fatally shot her boyfriend, Christopher Camphor, and bystander Brandon Finney, a Maryland Shock Trauma technician, in September 2014 at a downtown bus stop.  Morton's attorney Russell Neverdon found surveillance footage that showed Morton in a different part of town at the time of the incident, leading prosecutors on Thursday to drop charges against Morton and co-defendant Samuel...