The New Hampshire Supreme Court is upholding the death sentence of a man convicted of killing a Manchester police officer in 2006.
The New Hampshire Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday will hear aguments on whether the state’s death penalty should be repealed.
In this historic hearing, the defense team is trying to throw out the death penalty sentence for Michael Addison, convicted in the 2006 death of Manchester police officer Michael Briggs.
Michael Addison’s lawyers will argue that there are 22 different reasons why he should not be executed.
When a robber walked shirtless into the Mr. Market convenience store and tried to steal beer, the owner and neighborhood fought back.