The women, Elizabeth Ramirez, 39, Cassandra Rivera, 38, and Kristie Mayhugh, 40, have been jailed since 2010, and a fourth, Anna Vasquez, 38, was paroled a year ago.
Known as the "San Antonio Four," they could be freed and preparing for new trials by the end of the year, following an acknowledgement by prosecutors Tuesday that faulty scientific work convicted them, the San Antonio Express-News reported.
The district attorney's office is in agreement the evidence in the trial, in which the four were convicted of molesting two girls, 7 and 9, over the course of a week in 1994, was flawed. It plans to work with defense attorneys to bring a bail arrangement to a judge soon, KENS-TV, San Antonio, said.
"We are agreeable to a bond," Bexar County District Attorney Susan Reed said. "This all has to go through the courts."
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