Evidence from the George Huguely murder trial will go on display
Charlottesville Circuit Court Clerk Llezelle Dugger tells media outlets that non-sensitive evidence will go on display May 15 and May 16 in the main courtroom.
Dugger says the evidence to be displayed includes photographs and a tape of Huguely's interrogation by police. She says autopsy photographs and other "sensitive" evidence won't be shown.
Recording, reproduction or replay of the evidence is prohibited. Electronic devices won't be allowed during the viewings.
Huguely was convicted of second-degree murder in February for the 2010 slaying of Yeardley Love. He's scheduled to be sentenced Aug. 30.
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