Convicted murderer has questions about punishment

March 02, 2018 05:53 PM

He killed a mother and daughter in Glens Falls. However, Bryan Redden was apparently confused about his punishment.

Redden admitted to stabbing Crystal Riley and 4-year-old Lilly Frasier last summer.

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In exchange for pleading guilty, Redden will get up to 44-years-to life in prison.

He recently wrote letters to the court saying he wanted a sentence that didn't include life. Judge John Hall explained to Redden on Friday that because he's convicted of murder, the sentence has to include up to life in prison.


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