Grand jury indicts Maricle for criminally negligent homicide

NORWICH – The case of James M. Maricle, 25, of Norwich, a man who stands charged with criminally negligent homicide and criminal contempt in relation to the death of 19-year-old Roxanne Shipman, appeared in front of The grand jury of the Chenango County.



When a case gets presented for a grand jury proceeding, the prosecutor will them explain the law to the members of the grand jury, and present the necessary evidence against a particular defendant. The members on the grand jury then decide based on what was presented, whether or not there is reasonable evidence to show that a felony was committed and if there is enough reasonable reasonable cause to believe that the defendant in question committed said felony offense.


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