Washington, District of Columbia 2021-01-16 22:33:06 –
The Court of Appeals of Maryland overturned the conviction of one of four men convicted of killing two Maryland high school students the night before graduation.
The Court of Appeals misrepresented Thursday that the judge prevented Ronnie Galicia’s lawyer from drawing evidence that a statement made to her girlfriend after her murder involved other suspects rather than Galicia. It was.
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Officials say 18-year-old Artem Ziberov and 17-year-old Shadi Najjar were seduced into a residential area in Montgomery Village in June 2017, believing they would sell additional tickets for the Northwest High graduation ceremony. school.
Instead, they were shot dead in the car and more than 30 cartridge cases were found on the scene.
Prosecutors said four defendants had colluded to kill Najar in retaliation for stealing marijuana from one of his wives in December 2016 and running around her legs when he hurriedly fled. Stated.
While overturning Galicia’s conviction and remanding his case to the Court of First Instance, the Court of Appeals upheld Garcia Gaona’s conviction.
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