Penalty phase: Life or death?

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By Abdon Sidibe

INVERNESS — Prosecutor Pete Magrino will not tip his hand as to what his team’s strategy will be going into next week’s penalty phase in the case of the State of Florida v. John William Campbell.

However, Magrino had this to offer: He believes Campbell’s case is a death-penalty case and his team has, since the inception of the case, endeavored to  present evidence including the fact Campbell is a seven-time felon in order to make it so.

“We intend to have additional testimony as to the aggravating factors,” Magrino said.

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