Supreme Court rules on Addison appeal

In 2008, Michael Addison was convicted of killing police officer Michael Briggs in Manchester and sentenced to death.  Today, NH Supreme Court justices released their ruling that the capital murder conviction will stand and that the evidence was sufficient to support the jury’s guilty verdict.  On his appeal, Addison’s defense attorney said the trial court judge’s instructions to the jury about reasonable doubt varied from the normal standard.  A convicted killer hasn’t been executed in the state since 1939. The case is the first of its kind in more than a century

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