VIDEO: Death Sentence Vacated For Brevard County Man Accused of Killing 5-Year-Old Girl, Parents

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Justin Heyne sent to death row FOR MURDERS

ABOVE VIDEO: More than seven years after the murder of 5-year-old Ivory Hamilton in which Justin Heyne was sent to death row, Florida’s Supreme Court has vacated his sentence.

BREVARD COUNTY • VIERA, FLORIDA (WFTV) – The Florida Supreme Court threw out the death sentence for a Brevard County man who was convicted of killing a family of three.

It’s one of the latest death sentences vacated since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a jury’s death recommendation must be unanimous.

The state has made no decision on whether it will seek the death penalty again in the case, but the office said it would thoroughly review the available evidence, seek input from family members and law enforcement officials and then determine how to move forward.

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More than seven years after the murder of 5-year-old Ivory Hamilton in which Justin Heyne was sent to death row, Florida’s Supreme Court has vacated his sentence.

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Justin Heyne was sent to death row for murdering a Titusville family of three, Florida’s Supreme Court has vacated his sentence.


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