EPHRATA, Wash. (AP) - Grant County prosecutors say they'll seek a 20-year prison term for a man whose childhood murder conviction was overturned.
Evan Savoie, now 23 and facing a second trial, pleaded guilty last week to killing 13-year-old Craig Sorger in Ephrata in 2003.
He faces between 12 to 20 years for second-degree murder. Defense attorney Michael Felice tells the Wenatchee World ( http://is.gd/728sj) he'll argue for a lesser sentence.
Savoie and another defendant Jake Eakin were 12 when they were charged with beating and stabbing of Sorger in a case that drew wide attention.
Savoie was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to 26 years in prison in 2005, but his conviction was later overturned because of a trial error.
A sentencing date has not been set.
Information from: The Wenatchee World, http://www.wenatcheeworld.com
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