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Appeal over dictionary use denied in U.Va. lacrosse slaying

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — A federal judge has rejected an appeal from a former University of Virginia lacrosse player that his 2012 murder conviction should be tossed out because of a claim the jury improperly consulted a dictionary. George Huguely V is serving a 25-year sentence for the 2010 slaying of Yeardley Love, who was herself ...

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