William Balfour, convicted killer of Jennifer Hudson's relatives, returns to court to possibly be sentenced
Balfour's attorneys are expected to ask the judge to grant Balfour a new trial at a hearing Tuesday. If that request is denied, Judge Charles Burns may sentence Balfour, who was convicted of first degree murder in May. He faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.
Balfour was married to Hudson's sister, Julia. During the trial, prosecutors argued that he shot his wife's relatives in a jealous rage because she was dating another man.
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