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A federal appeals court heard arguments Monday in Virginia’s appeal of Justin Wolfe’s ordered release.
The Washington Redskins face the Seattle Seahawks this weekend in one of four NFL wildcard games.
An appeals court has denied a request to vacate an order for Wolfe's release, but has granted a stay that blocked him from leaving prison.
Federal courts previously vacated Wolfe's conviction related to the 2001 murder of Daniel Robert Petrole Jr.
Federal judge: ‘bungled prosecution’ has deprived defendant of his right to a fair trial.
A federal judge must first consider whether the state has complied with his previous orders before he decides whether to grant relief to Justin Wolfe.
Prosecutors reportedly threaten triggerman and are ordered to appear Thursday in Norfolk to show cause why Chantilly man should not be released.
Transcripts of witness who recently died can be used, but defendant’s testimony excluded.
Admitted triggerman in the Justin Wolfe case refuses to testify on fifth amendment grounds, citing "perjury trap."
Prince William County prosecutors have been subpoenaed to explain why they met with the admitted triggerman in the case last month.
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