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Former Schenectady man's conviction upheld in 1994 murder of wife

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Warren Powell’s second conviction for strangling his pregnant wife and stuffing her body in a weighted hockey bag he dumped in the Hudson River was upheld last week after a state appeals court determined the evidence cited during his 2009 retrial had been properly introduced. In the unanimous four-page ruling, justices with the Appellate Division of the state Supreme Court found no reason to overturn the former Schenectady man’s conviction or grant a new trial ...


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