Adams wants new trial, sentence reconsidered
DIXON – The attorney for convicted killer Byron Adams said Wednesday that he would file motions for a new trial and to reconsider his client’s 60-year prison sentence.
Dixon attorney David Mandrgoc said he was working on the motions and would review them with his client before a March 7 status hearing. A hearing on those motions will be set at the status hearing.
Adams was convicted in October of first-degree murder in the suffocation of Margaret Atherton, 35, killed in her Dixon home on Sept. 11, 2009.
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