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Md. cabbie killing trial rescheduled

By the Frederick (Md.) News-Post

A new trial for a man accused of killing a Frederick cabdriver in Baltimore has been rescheduled.

Twenty-three-year-old Robert Lee Murphy is charged with first-degree murder, robbery and other offenses in the January 2009 death of 47-year-old Stephen Mauk.

His first trial in July ended in a mistrial.

The state's attorney's office says Murphy's second trial was scheduled to begin on Wednesday, but was rescheduled for Feb. 22.

Murphy remains held without bail.

By the Frederick (Md.) News-Post  | November 11, 2010; 7:50 AM ET
Categories:  Frederick, From the Courthouse, Homicide  
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