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Lawyers debate where Schenectady victim was when shot

Jury set to begin deliberations Tuesday

Criminal defense attorney Cheryl Coleman makes her summations on Monday in the five week trial of murder defendant James Wells.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Criminal defense attorney Cheryl Coleman makes her summations on Monday in the five week trial of murder defendant James Wells.
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Key prosecution witnesses were either mistaken or lying in their account of the June 2011 killing of Eddie Stanley inside a Bridge Street stairwell, the attorney for defendant James Wells argued Monday. As evidence, attorney Cheryl Coleman pointed to a blood-transfer mark near the top of the stairwell, arguing Stanley was shot while standing up there. The witnesses placed Stanley near the bottom of the stairwell. “Anybody who said that he was shot at the ...


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