Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Larkin Re Trial Plans Undecided
First Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney Tony Clark says that he feels there will be quick action in the Dale Larkin murder conviction reversal case. Clark says the first move will come from the Tennessee Supreme Court if they uphold a lower court ruling that would allow Larkin a retrial. The Johnson City contractor was convicted in 2011 in his wife's 2003 asphyxiation death. A major legal question was that there appears there was no proof of premeditation in the first-degree conviction handed down by Washington County Tennessee jury. No trial dates have been set and won't be until the Tennessee High Court affirms the lower court reversal. Larkin meanwhile remains free on a $100,000 bond.(CS)

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