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A Charlottesville Circuit Judge said there was overwhelming evidence to support Huguely's conviction for killing Yeardley Love, a University of Virginia lacrosse player.
A Charlottesville judge on Wednesday denied a media request to film the upcoming sentencing hearing.
A hearing on a request for cameras at the upcoming sentencing of George Huguely will move forward July 25, earlier than originally scheduled.
The Washington Post has published segments of the interview based on the notes of reporters who watched the video in Charlottesville Tuesday.
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Huguely was convicted earlier Wednesday for second-degree murder and grand larceny.
George Huguely could face up to 60 years behind bars in the death of Yeardley Love.
Relatives arrived Monday morning as the jury began to weigh charges against the Chevy Chase man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, Yeardley Love of Cockeysville
More than 30 jury instructions were discussed in court Friday.
The jury was dismissed late Friday morning due to a defense attorney's illness.
The jury was sent home for the day Thursday afternoon.
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