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C-Murder Convicted of Second-Degree Murder

C-Murder Convicted of Second-Degree Murder

After a tumultuous two days, C-Murder, real name Corey Miller, was convicted of second-degree murder and could face life behind bars. Miller's previous conviction in 2006 was overturned recently, and instead of taking a generous plea deal (which was reported in May) to go back to jail, Miller decided on a new trial.

 

The verdict wasn't without drama, as the jury returned with a 10-2 verdict after 24 hours of deliberation. Then it came out that one juror changed her verdict just so they could be let go. Then the jury was sent back to deliberate, where they returned with the same verdict.

 

Miller will be sentenced at a later date. [NME]

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Wonder why he didn't take the deal.

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