Fayetteville Observer

October 15, 2010 by USA Post 

Fayetteville Observer, Attorneys for a man convicted by a military court of a triple murder in North Carolina now have until next month to file the first in their appeal against the jurisdiction of the military in the case.

The Fayetteville Observer reported a federal appeals court has granted an extension to the lawyers of 52-year-old Timothy Hennis, a former Fort Bragg soldier sentenced to death for the murder in 1985 of a woman Fayetteville and two of his daughters.

Hennis lawyers have until Nov. 17 to file their opening brief to challenge the jurisdiction of the military in the case. Army officials have until Dec. 20 to respond.

Hennis was tried twice in the civil courts and was acquitted for the second time. The court martial of Army him earlier this year after DNA evidence was discovered.

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