The Tennessee Supreme Court will decide Tuesday if a Grundy County man, convicted of murder, will get a new trial. 

Channel 3 was there in January with Adam Braseel was reunited with his family after spending eight years in prison. 

Braseel was convicted for the 2006 murder of Malcolm Burrows, 60, along Melissa Rock Road in Grundy County. 

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Burrows’ sister was also assaulted. 

At the time, investigators tied Braseel to the crime when Burrows’ sister picked him out of a line up. 

Braseel was released from prison earlier this year after a Grundy County Circuit  Court judge granted him relief from conviction due to a number of discrepancies from his original trial. 

The panel of judges will review the case Tuesday and decide if another trial should be granted. 

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