California appeals court could vacate Robert Durst murder conviction following his death

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A legal loophole could vacate the California murder conviction of late real estate heir Robert Durst, who was was serving a life sentence when he died in a California hospital Monday. Joseph Becerra, a retired investigator for the New York State Police who was behind the original reopening of the investigation into Kathie Durst's 1982 disappearance, discusses the case with CBSN's Tony Dokoupil.

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