Andres “Andy” Avalos Jr. is escorted by bailiffs in court for a status conference hearing with his case set to go to trial beginning May 8. The Florida Supreme Court has not yet made a ruling in the defense’s motion to eliminate the death penalty as a possibility in this case.
Andres “Andy” Avalos Jr. is escorted by bailiffs in court for a status conference hearing with his case set to go to trial beginning May 8. The Florida Supreme Court has not yet made a ruling in the defense’s motion to eliminate the death penalty as a possibility in this case. Tiffany Tompkins ttompkins@bradenton.com
Andres “Andy” Avalos Jr. is escorted by bailiffs in court for a status conference hearing with his case set to go to trial beginning May 8. The Florida Supreme Court has not yet made a ruling in the defense’s motion to eliminate the death penalty as a possibility in this case. Tiffany Tompkins ttompkins@bradenton.com

Accused triple killer hopes mental health claims keep him off death row

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