A Marathon County man convicted in 2005 for the shaken baby death of his daughter will get a new trial.
A judge wrote that the jury in Quentin Louis’ first trial didn’t hear all the evidence about alternate theories to shaken baby syndrome.
Prosecutor LaMont Jacobson says Quentin Louis won’t be immediately re-tried, while his office asks the attorney general’s office to consider appealing the judge’s ruling.
Louis was serving a 20-year prison sentence in Green Bay. He’ll be transferred back and held in the Marathon County Jail pending a new trial.