Prosecutors say George Huguely’s conviction for the murder of Cockeysville native Yeardley Love should stand.
In a filing with the Virginia Court of Appeals, the state explained why Huguely’s appeal should be rejected.
Huguely is serving a 23-year sentence for killing his ex-girlfriend in her Charlottesville apartment in May of 2010. His attorneys say he didn’t get a fair trial because the judge rushed the case forward when a member of the defense team became ill.
The state points out Huguely’s co-counsel assured the court he could continue.
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