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Lawrence County Common Pleas Judge J. Craig Cox has sentenced Ryan C. Avery to 6 1/2 to 13 years in a state correctional institution for his role in the May 1, 2015, murder of Frederick DeAngelo Swilling. Avery, 27, of 208 N. Ashland Ave., has been in jail without bond since his arrest by state police on May 13, 2015.Who was the prosecutor in the Steven Avery case?
Assistant District Attorney Thomas Minett in court Tuesday defined third-degree murder as any killing with malice that is not first or second degree, noting that this case definitely had malice. Avery was represented in court by attorney John Bongivengo, who was his court-appointed counsel.Is there new evidence in the Avery case?
In the new 54-page motion filed Monday and obtained by Newsweek, Avery's lawyers say they have new evidence that could free Avery.What did Bobby Dassey say about Steven Avery?
In an affidavit to Avery's lawyers, Bryan Dassey more recently said: "I distinctly remember Bobby telling me, 'Steven could not have killed her because I saw her leave the property on October 31, 2005.'"