Crime & Courts

May 7, 2014 12:52 PM

SC appeals court: Judge was OK in not letting Internet romance killer argue Castle Doctrine

The Columbia man who killed Nikki McPhatter, a Charlotte airline employee he met online and was seeing romantically, was told this week his 30-year sentence would stand even though the circuit court judge in his trial denied him the chance to argue the Castle Doctrine.

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