Prosecutors not seeking death penalty for Burmese refugee accused of Utah girl’s murder
Courts » Two-week trial scheduled in July for man charged with killing 7-year-old South Salt Lake girl.
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Maurer said the girl was cold and not breathing. Paramedics made no attempt to resuscitate her.
Hser Ner Moo’s family sat through five of the six days of preliminary hearing testimony, often wiping away tears as witnesses described the events surrounding their only daughter’s death.
The case has suffered a number of setbacks since charges were filed against Met nearly five years ago, some due to concerns about the quality of the interpreters being used. Also, on several occasions, Met’s attorneys said they had reached a resolution in the case, only to have Met change his mind in court.
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