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A federal appeals court heard arguments Monday in Virginia’s appeal of Justin Wolfe’s ordered release.
A crowd gathered at the Fairfax Station Railroad Museum to urge the attorney general to give up fight against Chantilly man.
An appeals court has denied a request to vacate an order for Wolfe's release, but has granted a stay that blocked him from leaving prison.
Federal courts previously vacated Wolfe's conviction related to the 2001 murder of Daniel Robert Petrole Jr.
Federal judge: ‘bungled prosecution’ has deprived defendant of his right to a fair trial.
Opinions vary depending on business, environmental, transportation interests.
The environmental group opposes the road it dubs the "Outer Beltway.”
VDOT scheduled the open house to provide information and collect input about two alternatives.
A federal judge must first consider whether the state has complied with his previous orders before he decides whether to grant relief to Justin Wolfe.
Prosecutors reportedly threaten triggerman and are ordered to appear Thursday in Norfolk to show cause why Chantilly man should not be released.
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