Monday, December 13, 2010 at 11:46 am (Updated: December 13, 11:49 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE - Re-sentencing of the Oklahoman convicted of murdering Bardstown resident Frank Brady in 1991 could occur in March or April after years of delays and upsets.
Senior Judge Ken Conliffe, on Wednesday, asked attorneys on both sides of the Bullitt County murder case against Michael St. Clair to find a two-week time slot between March and April to accommodate the re-sentencing.
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