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September 6, 2013

Judge considers 2nd grand jury on jogger death


Then, Wylie expressed his dismay, as did Poissant’s family and friends.

“I was extremely shocked by the vote and upset by it,” he said after the charges were dismissed.

“I think the justice system failed in this case.”

Wylie followed the rules of New York State Criminal Procedure Law section 190.75 in making his application to the court.

It states, in part, that if charges are dismissed by a grand jury a second time, “it may not be again submitted to a grand jury.”

Email Felicia Krieg: fkrieg@pressrepublican.comTwitter:@FeliciaKrieg

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