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Sentencing of Former Culpeper Cop is Delayed

by Deirdre Blake posted Apr 10 2013 4:24PM
A former Culpeper cop convicted of shooting and killing an unarmed local woman gets a reprieve from sentencing Wednesday.
A judge makes the decision after a defense attorney for Daniel Harmon-Wright agrues that his conviction on two of three criminal malicious shooting counts are too similar. The Commonwealth's Attorney will now decide if that adds up to double jeopardy, which could end the case in a mistrial. Harmon-Wright will now be sentenced on May 2nd.
 
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04/10/2013 4:24PM
Sentencing of Former Culpeper Cop is Delayed
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