Michael Miller on Trying the I-270 Sniper
Defense Attorney for Charles McCoy
The case of State of Ohio vs. Charles McCoy was fascinating, but one I felt was destined for an ending that would satisfy very few. In 2005, when the trial started, I had practiced law for 42 years and tried a lot of criminal cases, including more than 50 first-degree aggravated murder cases. The vast majority were tried while I was a prosecutor. The Charles McCoy case was different, very different, from all the others.
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