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No death penalty for man convicted in murder-for-hire plot
Prosecutors in the murder-for-hire case involving the killing of a Towson gas station owner cleared the hurdle set by Maryland's revised and more restrictive capital punishment law, but ultimately could not convince a jury to sentence to death the man convicted of first-degree murder for the shooting.
By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun
November 2, 2011