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Topic - Thomas Miller
Premeditation is again the focus at the trial of a Casper man accused of fatally shooting his wife during an argument last year.
The second trial of a Casper man accused of shooting his wife to death after she fled to a neighbor's house is set to begin in Thermopolis on Monday.
A brawl erupted in a Hartford, Conn., diner early Saturday morning after a customer mistook another for suspected killer Aaron Hernandez
"One day, you will face another judge," Judge Thomas Miller told Renz. "One day when you pass from this earth, another judge will impose a harsher sentence for the absolute evil you committed."
"They may make most of their money around the Fourth of July holiday when prices are high, but most crabs are caught from August on," Mr. Miller said.