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Irc asked to stop prosecutors action, citing lack of evidence.
A source in the district attorney's office said the prosecutors, not the chief prosecutor, decide whether to proceed with the case and when they would file.
At that time, Judge Peter Leibman said, they would decide if to request a new trial based on "further forensic evidence, which we are sure will be forthcoming," the source said.
The state attorney general's office has since asked for a new trial because it still has not released the DNA sample it has collected from the man. It does not say how much it has collected, or whether the lab used it. It has not determined if that DNA came from the defendant.
Dawson said her office would like to make a fresh statement at the request of state police.
Dawson did not comment further about the case at the press conference.
Meanwhile, at a news conference on Thursday, Johnson said he had no idea whether the investigation was complete.
"I have been called a bunch of names, but I have not heard any of them used against me. I don't know why," he said.
10 year old boy missing for 7 months after a collision at his home with a car in north-west London
Officers are appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident in Wood Green, North London, to get in touch.
A 22-year-old male and an 23-year-old male aged 16 or 17, both of whom appear to be in their teens, fled in a silver Audi at around 12.30pm on Friday October 25.
The incident left a 28-year-old woman with life-changing injuries and a 16-year-old boy badly bruised.
The driver, aged 21, was remanded in custody and is due to appear at Highbury Magistrates' Court on October 25.
There are also concerns that the collision is part of a wider spate of road traffic offences, with around 2,000 reports to police in 2010 alone.
North East Cambridgeshire Police said: "Anyone with information about this incident will be asked to contact police by calling 101 quoting reference B2/1336-1/08. Information can also be anonymously sent via Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."
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