Pam Hicks, the mother of one of the three boy scouts killed in 1994 in West Memphis is fighting for evidence in the case.
Today a Marion, Arkansas judge will hear the case and could decide if evidence will be released.
Hicks has argued that investigators violated the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act by not allowing them to examine the evidence. Three teens, Damien Echols, Jessie Miskelley and Jason Baldwin were convicted in the murders but were set free in 2011 after taking an Alford Plea with prosecutors.
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