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By Stephanie Thompson
People Editor 

Murder conviction will be appealed

Sentenced to 40-80 years in prison

 


A man who pleaded no contest to stabbing another man to death in Rock Springs will serve a long prison sentence unless he wins his appeal.

Charles K. Carter, 28, of North Carolina, who was charged with first-degree murder after he stabbed another man in front of the Rock Springs Loaf N Jug on Foothill Boulevard, appeared in the Third District Court of Judge Nena James at a sentencing hearing.

In exchange for his no contest plea, the charge was reduced to second-degree murder and he was given a 40 to 80 year prison sentence with credit given for 337 days of pre-sentence confinement. When a p...



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