Anthony Swinford Won't Get Sentence Reduction In Bradley Murder

Posted: April 17, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Anthony Swinford

Anthony Swinford

A judge rejected a request to reduce the 80-year prison sentence of a Prairie Grove man who took a plea deal to avoid the death penalty for his role in the beating death of Ronnie Lee Bradley.

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Post-Conviction Relief

A general term related to appeals of criminal convictions, which may include release, new trial, modification of sentence, and such other relief as may be proper and just.

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