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Another Judge Assigned to Rambold Re-Sentencing

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Yet another new judge is assigned to the re-sentencing hearing of Stacey Rambold. District 13 Judge Mary Jane Knisely says District 14 Judge Randal Spaulding has now been assigned to the sentencing.

Judge George W. Huss was selected for Rambold's re-sentencing last week but Judge Knisely says he's now recused himself.

All the district judges in District 13 recused themselves from the re-sentencing last week. In April the Montana Supreme Court vacated the 30-day sentence Judge G. Todd Baugh gave Rambold for raping a 14-year old student. No date is set yet for the re-sentencing.

 

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