Daily Court Reporter - News Convicted murderer's five-year delay costs him opportunity for an appeal
Convicted murderer's five-year delay costs him opportunity for an appeal
ANNIE YAMSON, Daily Reporter Staff Writer
The federal 6th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that Charles Shorter, a North Central Correctional Institution inmate, was unable to adequately explain a five-year gap between his sentencing and his motion for a delayed appeal.
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Date Published: August 31, 2016