Plea Deal Stands in Doherty Setencing
1/7/2013 (Updated 11:24:50 PM)--Twenty-three years in prison for Daniel Doherty.
--That was after his plea to Manslaughter in the First Degree.
Dorherty, arested along with Joseph Ross-Jones, originally pled guilty to Second Degree Murder. He admitted to taking part in the October killing of daniel Martinez of Binghamton.
Under a plea deal, dorherty cooperated in the prosecution of his co-defendant Joseph Ross-Jones.
Although Ross-Jones was acquitted, District attorney Gerald Mollen says Dorherty fulfilled his end of the bargain, so the plea deal stands.
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