Jacksonville man on Death Row asks for new trial, claims original lawyers were ineffective ( Alan Wade )

A Jacksonville man on Death Row for his role in robbing, kidnapping and burying a disabled Jacksonville couple alive is asking for a new trial.

 Alan Lyndell Wade, 26, is arguing that the attorneys who represented him during his criminal trial were ineffective. Wade was convicted of multiple counts of first-degree murder, armed robbery and kidnapping. A jury recommended death by an 11-1 vote and Circuit Judge Michael Weatherby concurred.

 READ MORE: http://members.jacksonville.com/news/crime/2014-04-28/story/jacksonville-man-death-row-asks-new-trial-claims-original-lawyers-were

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