Security guard asks case to be moved from criminal to general sessions court

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“There’s absolutely no evidence that Mr. Maxwell committed a crime here. What happened is a tragedy, someone lost their life, but to take away another life by prosecuting an innocent kid is only compounding that tragedy,” Maxwell’s attorney Daniel Nesheiwat told News 2. Read more about the case here.

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