Dec 10, 2014 1:16 PM
NH Supreme Court upholds second-degree murder conviction in Manchester case
CONCORD - The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the 2012 second-degree murder conviction of a Manchester man.
However the court vacated his conviction on all other charges.
Charles Glenn Jr. appealed the murder charge along with the charges of attempted armed robbery, criminal threatening, falsifying physical evidence and unlawful possession of a deadly weapon.
Glenn argued that the statue of limitations had passed on the latter charges as well as that the court made a mistake in jury instructions and his sentencing.
Glenn had been sentenced in September 2012 to 40 years to life in prison for the 2005 murder of Leonard Gosselin, of Manchester.
His sentence for the murder charge was 30 years to life in prison.