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Conviction reversed in 2009 Larkfest assault

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Anthony Harden wanted to testify in his own defense, but was urged against it by his defense attorney and then blocked from doing so by the judge presiding over his trial. Harden, 32, ultimately was convicted on three counts of first-degree assault and sentenced to serve up to 65 years in prison as a second felony offender in June 2010. Justices with the Appellate Division of the state Supreme Court reversed his conviction Thursday and ...


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