FRANKFORT -- For the second time in as many months, a man already found guilty of four murders was seeking relief from the Kentucky Supreme Court.
After seeking a new sentencing hearing for the Bullitt County penalty of death in the murder of a Bardstown man in 1991, Michael Dale St. Clair was before the state's highest court seeking a new trial in Hardin County.
The request is seeking a new trial for the kidnapping conviction in Hardin County which also included the death penalty.
Both cases involved the death of Bardstown distillery worker Francis Brady.
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