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Memorandum Filed in Union Murder Case

States Deliberation Not Proven

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Posted: Saturday, August 6, 2011 6:00 pm

The defense team for the man accused in the slaying of a Union woman continued to argue that the most the man could be convicted of is second-degree murder due to his mental state.

A written memorandum submitted to the court states Timothy D. Shults showed “psychotic features” but his mental state during the murder has not been determined.

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