C-Murder Denied Retrial for 2002 Fatal Shooting

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The rapper often called C-Murder did not have his conviction in a 2002 deadly capturing in a New Orleans space nightclub thrown out or retried.

The New Orleans Advocate reports that Judge Steven Enright dominated Wednesday that Corey Miller didn’t meet the burden of proof for post-conviction reduction. Miller’s attorneys had requested that his 2009 conviction in Steven Thomas’ loss of life be thrown out.

Miller petitioned the court docket with sworn affidavits from eyewitnesses Kenneth and Darnell Jordan, who now say they didn’t see Miller shoot.

Judge Enright wrote that Darnell Jordan persistently testified earlier than the grand jury and at Miller’s first and second trial. Enright discovered Kenneth Jordan’s declare that investigators supplied him leniency not credible. Miller’s declare of ineffective help of counsel was dominated in opposition to.

The true-crime tv sequence Reasonable Doubt centered on the high-profile case.