C-Murder’s Appeal Case Has Been Delayed By The Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has delayed its ruling in C-Murder’s appeal case for murder. Over the past year, C-Murder has been trying to appeal his own case, but instead the Supreme Court delayed his case.
In a recent report from NOLA, the emcee might have to wait another couple months for the courts to deliver a ruling for his appeal. The Supreme Court also failed to deliver a ruling that was expected on November 26. In addition the court failed to give any specific reason on why the case was delayed.
The murder case goes back to 2002, in which a murder of a 16 year old took place outside of a New Orleans nightclub. C-Murder has stated that he is innocent; the court has sentenced him to life in prison in 2009 by a 10-2 jury vote.
This isn’t the first time the New Orleans emcee has been delayed on the murder case. His attorney has argued that the jury’s non-unanimous conviction is not right and violates the 6th and 14th Amendments.
If the Supreme Court rules in favor of C-Murder, the case can change Louisiana state law, which only requires ten jury votes.
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