RECIDIVIST TRIAL CONVICTION Man Convicted Of Being Habitual Offender
Reported by: Jeff Morris
Web Producer: Jeff Morris
Reported: Dec. 3, 2012 5:48 PM EST
Updated: Dec. 4, 2012 5:29 PM EST
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, Kanawha County
, West Virginia
A man was convicted Tuesday in Kanawha Circuit Court of being a habitual offender.
The jury was only out about 10 minutes before convicting Garland Murray in his recidivist trial. He faces 30 years to life in prison when he is sentenced Dec. 12.
Murray, a four-time convicted felon, was found guilty previously in the attempted kidnapping of Ebony Poole and the murder of Gregory Poole. Gregory Poole was found shot to death in a North Charleston yard in 2010.
The recidivist trial was before Judge Charlie King.
A recidivist trial started Monday in Kanawha Circuit Court for convicted murderer Garland Murray.
Garland Murray was found guilty in the murder of Gregory Poole. Poole was found shot to death in a North Charleston yard a couple of years ago.
Prosecutors said Murray is a four-time convicted felon.
Murray could face a life sentence if he is convicted of the charges. The trial is before Judge Charlie King.
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