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Topic - Edward L. Hogshire
Jury deliberations began Wednesday morning in the murder trial of former University of Virginia lacrosse player George W. Huguely V with the judge saying all of the proceedings could be concluded by the end of day.
A jury Wednesday evening found former University of Virginia lacrosse player George W. Huguely V guilty of second-degree murder in the 2010 death of estranged girlfriend Yeardley Love and sentenced him to 26 years in prison.
"It might be a bit optimistic, but I really want to finish [the trial] by today," said Circuit Judge Edward L. Hogshire. "If we can."