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Ballston man can appeal homicide conviction , but without assigned counsel

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Brian Vecchio can try appealing his guilty plea to criminally negligent homicide, but he’ll have to do it without his assigned counsel. Justices with the state Supreme Court’s Appellate Division relieved attorney Scott Walling from representing the 20-year-old Ballston man now serving up to four years in state prison for killing a teenage passenger in his truck during a high-speed crash in Providence nearly two years ago. Walling argued there were no “nonfrivolous” issues to ...


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