Bristol pharmacist convicted of murder gets new trial  

 From Staff Reports

  BRISTOL, Tenn. -- A pharmacist here who is serving a life sentence in connection with his wife's murder in 1997 will soon be transferred back to the Sullivan County Jail for a new trial.
  The Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals overturned the conviction citing ineffective counsel at the time of his trial.
  The State Supreme Court recently denied a request by prosecutors to review the decision, so now the case goes to trial again, nine years after the crime.
  No hearing dates have been scheduled, but prosecutors say the defense will probably want to set a bail hearing as quickly as possible.