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Denied: Lussier murder sentencing appeal

Appeal: ‘He fails to identify on appeal what relevant information the court did not have before it’

July 10, 2020 by Abigail Bostwick

A man convicted in the brutal murder of a Lac du Flambeau man, who was appealing his judgement sentence, claiming his rights were violated when the judge issued sentencing the same day as the jury guilty verdict, has been denied. 

Joseph Lussier, 29, formerly of the Lakeland area, is currently serving life without parole at Green Bay Correctional. He was found guilty before the late Judge Patrick Madden by a six-day, 12-person jury in August 2018 for the December 2017 beating and sho...

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