Hearing Monday in Woodworth Case

| July 1, 2013 | 4:02 am
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A Chillicothe man will be in Platte County court for a motion hearing Monday. Mark Woodworth, 38, is accused of fatally shooting his neighbor in 1990, when he was just 16. Woodworth has been charged twice in the case, and was serving a life sentence, prior to the Missouri Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn the second conviction. A decision on the defense’s request for a speedy trial and a change of venue will likely be made at the hearing. Woodworth will go before a judge at nine this morning.

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