A state panel is scheduled to hear testimony Monday from a Missouri man who spent 15 years of his life behind bars for a wrongful conviction. Senators will hear from Josh Kezer who was released in 2009 after being convicted in the murder of a southeast Missouri college student. He was freed after a Cole County judge found that prosecutors withheld key evidence from defense attorneys. The judiciary committee is planning to consider legislation that would alter how eyewitness statements are used in court. The legislation would also require most suspect interrogations to be videotaped.