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Judge to rule on missing video on 1st day of Naramore's trial in son's hot-car death

Judge to rule on missing video on 1st day of Naramore's trial in son's hot-car death

HOT SPRINGS — A specially appointed judge did not issue a ruling Friday regarding missing video that the defense says is crucial in the negligent-homicide trial of Garland County Circuit Judge Wade Naramore.

3 dogs dead after break-in at Arkansas animal shelter, direc...

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Judge to rule on missing video on 1st day of Naramore's trial in son's hot-car death

HOT SPRINGS — A specially appointed judge did not issue a ruling Friday regarding missing video that the defense says is crucial in the negligent-homicide trial of Garland County Circuit Judge Wade Naramore.

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