A judge refused to set aside a jury’s recommendation that Everett Glenn Miller be executed for killing two Kissimmee police officers, after his attorneys argued Friday jurors were given a “defective” verdict form and instructions during the trial.
Last month, a 12-member jury unanimously recommended a judge should sentence the 48-year-old Marine Corps veteran to death for fatally shooting Sgt. Richard “Sam” Howard, 36, and Officer Matthew Baxter, 26, in 2017.
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