Attorney for McClain Durst claims errors were made by court and defense lawyer.
Defendant, who was convicted of Huron County sex crimes, could be re-tried in neighboring county.
Assistant prosecutor represented the state in local trial against convicted serial rapist McClain Durst.
Victim: “He shouldn’t be allowed to walk the streets.”
Huron County jury, which deliberated for about seven hours, found defendant “not guilty” of two counts of rape.
Defendant waived his right to testify Tuesday.
Closing arguments were Tuesday afternoon.
Fourth victim testifies in trial of suspected serial rapist.
29-year-old defendant is accused of sexually assaulting four girls in June and July 2017.
In separate case, a woman was charged in connection with escaping police custody.
“These incidents occurred as each inmate was being processed into the Huron County Jail.”
Suspected rapist among those indicted.
Authorities say the victim is a child, and the crime happened in Huron County.
Man, 28, accused of sex with 15-year-old girl in Huron County.