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  • Craig Stephen Hicks death penalty hearing

    Murder defendant Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, was in Durham Superior Court Monday, April 6, 2015 for a hearing to determine whether his would be a death penalty case in the shooting deaths of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, NC in February, 2015. Judge Orlando Hudson ruled that the case qualified for the death penalty.

Murder defendant Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, was in Durham Superior Court Monday, April 6, 2015 for a hearing to determine whether his would be a death penalty case in the shooting deaths of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, NC in February, 2015. Judge Orlando Hudson ruled that the case qualified for the death penalty. News & Observer video
Murder defendant Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, was in Durham Superior Court Monday, April 6, 2015 for a hearing to determine whether his would be a death penalty case in the shooting deaths of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, NC in February, 2015. Judge Orlando Hudson ruled that the case qualified for the death penalty. News & Observer video

Durham judge sets Jan. 31 hearing in Craig Hicks case

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