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Conspiracy, no murder conviction in children’s deaths

The split verdict in the case of a man accused in the near-beheadings of his three young relatives may have been a compromise reflecting the jury’s inability to determine which of two defendants was at fault, local criminal defense attorneys said.

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Two men reject plea deal in murder of three Baltimore children

A defense lawyer says two illegal immigrants from Mexico accused of slashing the throats of three young relatives in Baltimore have rejected a plea offer from prosecutors. Adan Canela and Policarpio Espinoza Perez on Thursday rejected the offer, which called ...

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Baltimore prosecutors plan 3rd trial in ’04 slayings

Baltimore prosecutors said Thursday they will pursue a third trial for two illegal immigrants from Mexico accused in the 2004 deaths of three young relatives. Policarpio Espinoza Perez and Adan Espinoza Canela are serving life sentences in the slayings, but ...

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Convicted child-killers seek third trial

Lawyers for two Mexican immigrants serving life sentences for the triple murder of their young relatives asked the state’s highest court on Tuesday to grant them another trial, their third. Policarpio Espinoza Perez and Adan Espinoza Canela say the second ...

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