Man convicted of 1994 crimes asks for sentence reduction
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A man convicted of trying to kill two New Hampshire teenagers in 1994 is asking for a sentence reduction.
WMUR-TV reports 45-year-old Stephen Duguay was 20 when he was convicted of trying to kill a young man and woman from Concord High School who were parked on a dirt road. The man was shot in the jaw and critically injured; the woman was cut by flying glass.
Duguay is asking a judge to reduce his 37- to 74-year sentence. His lawyer said Duguay has availed himself of a variety of programs in prison, has earned a paralegal certificate and mentors other prisoners.
Duguay maintains that he didn’t shoot or try to shoot anyone. Assistant Merrimack County Attorney Wayne Coull asked that the original sentence be upheld.
Information from: WZID-FM, http://www.wzid.com/