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THE LAW OFFICE OF CHRISTOPHER LEIBIG

Chris was interviewed by USA Today in reference to the Huguely Case

Chris was interviewed by USA Today in reference to the Huguely Case George Huguely likely to be in prison for another 20 years. Legal experts said Thursday that they believe he will serve 85% to 90% of a jury-recommended sentence of 25 years for second-degree murder and one for grand larceny. That would mean Huguely, 24, would be in his mid-40s by the time he is eligible to be released, should the judge accept the jury's sentence and the defense not win an expected appeal. By Erik Brady. View Article

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