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Police & Fire
An appeals court has denied a request to vacate an order for Wolfe's release, but has granted a stay that blocked him from leaving prison.
Federal courts previously vacated Wolfe's conviction related to the 2001 murder of Daniel Robert Petrole Jr.
A federal judge must first consider whether the state has complied with his previous orders before he decides whether to grant relief to Justin Wolfe.
Prince William County prosecutors have been subpoenaed to explain why they met with the admitted triggerman in the case last month.
The former death row inmate's retrial was originally scheduled to begin in October, but a judge has not set the new date yet.
A Prince William County prosecutor indicated on Monday that his office will retry Justin Wolfe, a former death row inmate.
Defense will ask courts to let Wolfe out on bail, pending the prosecution's decision to retry.
Government, Police & Fire
A federal appeals court has affirmed a lower court's decision to overturn a murder-for-hire conviction.
Opposing sides debate whether information was improperly withheld.
Virginia has appealed a federal judge’s decision to vacate the convictions and sentences regarding Daniel Robert Petrole Jr.’s 2001 murder.
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