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Man Convicted Of Murdering Corrections Officer Gets Life Without Parole

The prison inmate convicted of killing a corrections officer will spend the rest of his life in prison but will not be put to death.

02/29/2012

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Jury Still Deciding Fate Of Convicted Murderer Facing The Death Penalty

After nearly a week of deliberations, a jury in Anne Arundel County still hasn’t agreed on a sentence for Lee Stephens. He’s the man convicted of murdering a corrections officer, and he’s eligible for the death penalty.

02/28/2012

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Jurors To Decide If Man Convicted Of Killing Md. Corrections Officer Will Get Death Penalty

Anne Arundel County jurors hold a man’s life in their hands, as they decide whether Lee Stephens should be put to death for killing a corrections officer.

02/23/2012

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Man Convicted Of Killing Md. Corrections Officer Faces Death Penalty

A jury is deciding whether Lee Stephens should live or die. Earlier this month, the 32-year-old was convicted of first-degree murder for the fatal stabbing of Cpl. David McGuinn, an officer who worked at the now-closed Maryland House of Correction in Jessup.

02/22/2012

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Jury Will Decide If Inmate Who Killed Guard Will Get Death Penalty

The killer of a Maryland prison guard will soon find out if he will be put to death.

02/15/2012

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Inmate Charged With Killing Jessup Corrections Officer Found Guilty Of Murder

Guilty. That’s the verdict in the trial of the man accused of killing a corrections officer inside a Maryland prison. He could get the death penalty.

02/09/2012

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Jury To Decide Fate Of Inmate Charged With Killing Jessup Corrections Officer

In the hands of a jury. A man charged with murdering a Maryland corrections officer is waiting to learn his fate.

02/01/2012

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Judge OKs Death Penalty Trial In Officer’s Death

An Anne Arundel County judge has ruled that the trial of a prisoner charged with killing a correctional officer will remain a death-penalty case.

09/21/2011