2008 Conviction Vacated and Richard DiGuglielmo Is Released!
- The prosecution violated its duty to disclose exculpatory material if it had been received at trial verdict would be more favorable to defendant unconstitutionally obtained with insufficient evidence of depraved indifference. Read more...
2010 Appellate Court Reinstates Conviction and Sends Him Back to Prison!
- The Appellate Court stated "Richard's 'belief that Campbell's imminent use of deadly force to be objectively reasonable - Campbell did not strike DiGuglielmo Sr. near his head or other vital area, indicating a lack of intent to use the bat as a deadly weapon.'"
- The Appellate Court also stated that even if the jury heard the newly discovered evidence...would not have changed the outcome of the verdict. Read more...
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May 2012: Richard Diguglielmo Seeks New Evidence Review from Second Circuit Federal Court
By Julie O'Neill and Deborah Feyerick, CNN