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Not guilty. That was the verdict handed down by a jury Tuesday morning in Danville Circuit Court in the case involving Devin Lamont Womack, the man who was accused in the Sept. 30, 2016, shooting death of 47-year-old Mark Graves.

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A jury will decide Tuesday whether Devin Lamont Womack is guilty of murder in the shooting death of Mark Anthony Graves, 47, on Sept. 30, 2016.

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Q: I was wondering if you can help me. I thought you may know of a business firm, not an attorney or health care provider, that can act as my “end-of-life-agent”. I want to be prepared as I have no family to ask or friends young enough that I would trust. My attorney says that he can draw up trust documents, but he can’t be my “end-of-life” agent.

A Canadian author's swan song uses a renowned local murder to ask big questions about neighbors and society. "Blood in the Water" by Silver Donald Cameron; Steerforth Press (244 pages, $17) ——— Perhaps you remember the case: "Murder for Lobster," read headlines around the world, detailing the bizarre and tragic tale of a locally renowned ne'er-do-well who in 2013 was killed by three Nova ...

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