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Defendant Dante A. Hughes, left, looks on, with his attorney, Walter D. Hussey, during the first day of testimony on the fatal shooting of Joey Gingerella, in Courtroom 3 of the New London Superior Court on July 11, 2018. The jury that convicted Dante A. Hughes last month of fatally shooting Joey Gingerella outside Ryan's Pub in Groton in December 2016 might have used outside materials during deliberations in violation of the court's instructions. If the judge declares a mistrial, it could put the verdict at risk. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Defendant Dante A. Hughes, left, looks on, with his attorney, Walter D. Hussey, during the first day of testimony on the fatal shooting of Joey Gingerella, in Courtroom 3 of the New London Superior Court on July 11, 2018. The jury that convicted Dante A. Hughes last month of fatally shooting Joey Gingerella outside Ryan's Pub in Groton in December 2016 might have used outside materials during deliberations in violation of the court's instructions. If the judge declares a mistrial, it could put the verdict at risk. (Tim Martin/The Day)

Jury investigation could put Gingerella shooter's guilty verdict at risk

Published August 17. 2018 12:28PM | Updated August 18. 2018 8:12PM

Karen Florin


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