A state prisoner once under a death penalty wants the state supreme court to let him out of prison. Inmate Reginald Griffin’s death sentence had been overturned, a new jury sentenced him to life in prison. Griffin now says the prosecution withheld evidence that could have proven his innocence, and claims that circumstance should invalidate his new sentence. The state says there is no proof that the state failed to disclose any information. The state supreme court will hear his case tomorrow (May 4).