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Judge gives prosecutors until January to turn over evidence in kidnapping, killing case

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Federal prosecutors have until January to turn over anything they might present at the trial of the Providence man accused of the February kidnapping and killing of Jassy Correia.
At a status conference in U.S. District Court in Boston on Tuesday, Magistrate M. Page Kelley set Jan. 24 as the date by which Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert Richardson must turn over the evidence and Louis D. Coleman III's attorney, Jane F. Peachy, must review it.
Richardson said there are more than 100 items of evidence.
Coleman pleaded not guilty in April to the charge of kidnapping resulting in death for...
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