Justices asked to toss conviction in noose case
(AP) A Virginia man who was sentenced to six months in jail for hanging a black-faced dummy by a noose in his front yard asked the state Supreme Court Jan. 11 to overturn his conviction, arguing that his free speech rights were violated.
Jack Eugene Turner of Rocky Mount was convicted in 2015 of violating a ...
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