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Sentencing delayed for Goshen College professor’s killer

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Sentencing for the man convicted of the murder of Goshen College professor James Miller and the attempted murder of Miller’s wife has been delayed until Dec. 28.

Winston Corbett was scheduled to be sentenced on Thursday, Dec. 10, but his attorney filed a motion on the grounds that he hasn’t been unable to meet with his client due to COVID-19 protocols.

The attorney says he’s had technical difficulties with virtual meetings with some of his clients and that Corbett’s prison pod had been on lockdown, according to 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at ABC 57.

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