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Aisling McCarthy Brady could face life imprisonment without parole if found guilty of killing one-year-old Rehma Sabir in Boston in January.
Murray WORCESTER - A Fitchburg man was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole yesterday after being convicted of first-degree murder in the morphine poisoning death of his 27-year-old wife.
During the last five years, four states have replaced the death penalty with life imprisonment without parole, (http://www.
He will face life imprisonment without parole if convicted, the report said.
If anyone is found guilty of murder, then the sentence should be life imprisonment without parole.
John Galligan, Hasan's lead attorney, had urged the commanding general not to seek death penalty but instead life imprisonment without parole for killing 13 soldiers and wounding 30 others at the Soldier Readiness Center in Texas.
The state court concluded the punishment was "not categorically unconstitutional" and that Ninham "has failed to demonstrate that there is a national consensus against sentencing a 14-year-old to life imprisonment without parole when the crime is intentional homicide.
At the same time, the governor commuted the sentences of 15 men on death row to life imprisonment without parole, cleaning the slate after an 11-year moratorium on executions prompted by evidence of repeated law enforcement and judicial abuses in capital cases.