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Appeals court upholds Schenectady man's gun convictions

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An appeals court Thursday rejected arguments from a man acquitted of a 2010 Schenectady double murder but convicted on related weapons counts. Jalil Miles, now 22, had sought to overturn his two weapons convictions, arguing that the evidence was not sufficient to support them. The Appellate Division of the state Supreme Court Thursday upheld the convictions, saying of Miles’ arguments, “we are unpersuaded.” Miles was tried in 2011 in the March 2010 killings of Alphonzo ...


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