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Jerod Green files motions in Mon County case
MORGANTOWN — The attorney for Jerod Green, the man convicted in Pennsylvania of killing a Monongalia County sheriff’s deputy, has filed several motions in Green’s West Virginia case.
Green was convicted in Greene County, Pa., of killing Deputy Michael Todd May following a chase that started in Mon County. He has been charged in West Virginia for alleged crimes committed before he drove his car into May’s cruiser north of the state line.
One of the motions filed this week seeks disclosure of all evidence that is favorable to Green.
Another is a motion to require the state to provide “rap sheets” and a list of witnesses. The motion asks for background information for people named in the indictment, called as a witness before a grand jury and who may testify at the trial.
One of the motions seeks to keep Green’s statements out of the trial because they were obtained without his attorney present and Green wasn’t advised of his right to have counsel.
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