No verdict yet in New Year's Day beating death

An Ingham County jury will resume deliberations Monday in the trial of a Grand Ledge man charged in connection with the beating death of Travis Peterson on New's Years Day 2012. Full Story
Julie

Lansing, MI

#1 Jun 21, 2013
As a juror in the case, having seen the evidence and lack of evidence; I think Austin should be left to live his life. Travis' death is a tragedy, but the man responsible is in prison. Austin did not cause this death.

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