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Judge May Drop Some Top Charges In Trial Of Man Accused Of Drunk Driving Death Of Boy Scout

CBS 2 Wednesday, 4 December 2019
A judge denied a motion for a mistrial, but indicated that he will drop four of the top counts Thomas Murphy is facing because they are "not legally sustainable" and "there is a built in reasonable doubt."
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CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has the latest on Thomas Murphy and the news that the judge may drop some charges tied to the accident that killed a Long Island Boy Scout.

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