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George Huguely V is escorted to Charlottesville Circuit Court for a hearing Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 in Charlottesville, Va.   Charlottesville Circuit Judge Edward Hogshire rejected a defense motion to set aside Huguely V’s second-degree murder conviction and order a new trial in the May 2010 killing of Yeardley Love.    Huguely V was convicted in February of killing of Love in a violent encounter in her Charlottesville apartment after a day of binge drinking by Huguely.  In arguing for a new trial, attorneys for Huguely cited a series of errors before and during his trial.  His sentencing is Aug. 30. He faces up to 26 years in prison. (AP Photo/The Daily Progress,Sabrina Schaeffer)
Photo by: Sabrina Schaeffer
George Huguely V is escorted to Charlottesville Circuit Court for a hearing Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 in Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville Circuit Judge Edward Hogshire rejected a defense motion to set aside Huguely V’s second-degree murder conviction and order a new trial in the May 2010 killing of Yeardley Love. Huguely V was convicted in February of killing of Love in a violent encounter in her Charlottesville apartment after a day of binge drinking by Huguely. In arguing for a new trial, attorneys for Huguely cited a series of errors before and during his trial. His sentencing is Aug. 30. He faces up to 26 years in prison. (AP Photo/The Daily Progress,Sabrina Schaeffer)

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