Alleged Courthouse Shooter Now Says He's Not Guilty

A man who was convicted of killing his wife and shooting the judge overseeing their divorce is trying to withdraw his guilty plea, claiming that his high-profile lawyers coerced him into confessing. Lawyers for Darren Mack plan to argue in a court hearing today that his previous lawyers, Scott Freeman and David Chesnoff, neglected his case and then pushed him to lie in court. "I was broken down into believing that the only way I could save my credibility and have the truth help others was to...Full Story
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