A western Wisconsin man has been found not guilty in the death of his seven-week-old child.
A jury yesterday acquitted Paul Marshall on all charges. He was charged in February of last year with reckless homicide after police found his seven-week-old child badly bruised, and not breathing. The baby died a few days later in the hospital. Doctors say the baby died from a brain bleed. Marshall’s lawyers say he wasn’t the only suspect in the case, saying the baby’s mother and a babysitter were also alone with the baby not long before its death.
Hudson police are not saying if they expect to charge anyone else in the case.