UVA Student Accused Of Killing Md. Woman Most Likely Won’t Face Death Penalty

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The man accused of killing a University of Virginia student from Baltimore County will likely not face the death penalty.

The Washington Examiner reports prosecutors do not plan on seeking the death penalty against George Huguely.

He’s charged with first-degree murder in the death of Yeardley Love, who was from Cockeysville.

The Examiner also reports the case will likely be settled in a plea deal before trial, which is set to begin next month.

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  1. Chris Molling says:

    Too bad Yeardley can’t be part of the plea bargaining.

  2. Josyegirl says:

    I’ll be shocked if he faces any punishment.

  3. JIM says:

    A PLEA DEAL FOR MURDER WHAT H–L ARE THEY THINKING !!!!!!!! TRIAL AND THEN HANG HIM!!!!!!!!

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