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Brooklyn man gets 15 years in Schenectady shootout

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The Brooklyn man convicted in February of attempted assault and weapons charges in a 2011 shootout on Close Street — but acquitted of attempted murder — was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison. The sentence came as Michael Grafton maintained his innocence and expressed frustration with the legal process. Acting Schenectady County Court Judge Richard Giardino, though, noted the split verdict from the jury, saying he saw that as an indication the panel considered ...

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