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Horner might represent himself

If convicted of first-degree murder, defendant wants to act as attorney

February 22, 2012
By Phil Ray ( , The Altoona Mirror

HOLLIDAYSBURG - Nicholas A. Horner, who is scheduled to be tried next month for the 2009 shooting deaths of a sandwich shop employee and a retiree, wants to represent himself if his trial goes to a death-penalty phase, Blair County President Judge Jolene G. Kopriva said Tuesday.

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