Wrongly convicted Milwaukee man back in prison
MILWAUKEE -- A man is back behind bars after being cleared of a crime in 2016.
In court on Wednesday, a judge set a new bail after ruling Daryl Holloway violated the conditions of his release following a home invasion.
Last year, Holloway was released from prison after more than 20 years when DNA evidence cleared him of a sexual assault. In August 2017, he was charged in a home invasion.
“Certainly sympathy could be given due to the fact that he spent so much time in jail and times change, things like that, but it’s not a free pass to the things he’s been accused of since then,” Home invasion victim Rebecca Doberstein said.
Holloway was already a registered sex offender for a crime several years before the wrongful conviction case. CBS 58 has learned attorneys may be working on a plea deal.