The lawyers for former UVA lacrosse player George Huguely, who was convicted of second degree murder in the killing of former Cockeysville-resident and NDP alum Yeardley Love, have asked for a re-trial. They assert that the trial judge’s decision to move forward with testimony after one attorney was too ill to be in court for two days violated Huguely’s sixth amendment right to counsel of his own choosing. They also raised concerns about the jury selection.
Read Huguely Lawyers Seek New trial, Cite Attorney Illness, Jury Selection Concerns in The Washington Post.
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