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SJC quizzes lawyers on retrial for Pring-Wilson

Alexander Pring-Wilson, 28, at yesterday's hearing on whether he should be retried for a 2003 stabbing death. Alexander Pring-Wilson, 28, at yesterday's hearing on whether he should be retried for a 2003 stabbing death. (POOL PHOTO)
By John R. Ellement
Globe Staff / January 3, 2007

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Middlesex prosecutors yesterday faced a barrage of questions from Supreme Judicial Court justices, who must decide whether to send Alexander Pring-Wilson to state prison or grant the former Harvard graduate student a new trial in the 2003 stabbing death of Michael Colono , 18 . (Full article: 398 words)

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