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Man in Schenectady shootout cleared of most-serious charges, convicted of others

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A Brooklyn man faces up to 15 years in state prison after convictions Monday on attempted assault and weapons charges related to a 2011 shootout on Close Street. The convictions against 41-year-old Michael Grafton came as part of a mixed verdict, as he stood trial on a host of charges related to accusations he attempted to kill two men on the street that day, Winston Halliburton and Calvin Jones. The jury acquitted him of the ...

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