GUILTY NY - Dr. Mary Yoder, 60, fatally poisoned, Whitesboro, 22 July 2015 #2

Kaitlyn Conley sentencing, Jan. 11, 2018

"In this video, William Yoder reads a victim impact statement at the sentencing of Kaitlyn Conley in Oneida County Court...."

[video=youtube;JdqE_lTaVFk]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdqE_lTaVFk[/video]
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Kaitlyn Conley sentencing, Jan. 11, 2018

"In this video, Adam Yoder, makes victim impact remarks at the sentencing of Kaitlyn Conley..."

[video=youtube;nYirBisZCwE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYirBisZCwE[/video]
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Kaitlyn Conley sentencing, Jan. 11, 2018

"In this video, Oneida County Assistant District Attorney Laurie Lisi talks to reporters after the sentencing of Kaitlyn Conley..."

[video=youtube;npG1n4-um9M]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npG1n4-um9M[/video]
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Conley sentenced to 23 years in poisoning case

"UTICA — Just before being sentenced Thursday, Kaitlyn Conley had two words for the court:

“I’m innocent.”

Conley, convicted of manslaughter in the death of her boss, was sentenced by Oneida County Court Judge Michael Dwyer to a determinate sentence of 23 years in prison with five years post-release supervision. She could have been sentenced to anywhere from five to 25 years.

Conley, 24, of Sauquoit, received the sentence at the end of a roughly two-and-a-half-hour hearing in which both sides made statements. An appeal is expected...."

http://www.uticaod.com/news/20180111/conley-sentenced-to-23-years-in-poisoning-case
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Thank you very much Niner and YesorNo for the tweets, photos, and videos! Very appreciated.

(I completely missed this because I was so caught up in the Blaze Bernstein murder.)
 
I personally think that Kaitlyn was framed. She had ZERO motive to harm or kill Mary. This is one of those infuriating cases to me.
 
wow had not read about this case before
interesting set of circumstances - diabolical
 
Some updates. It's still going on.

Published September 21, 2021

Published September 6, 2022
Attorneys have filed a motion seeking to overturn Kaitlyn Conley's 2017 manslaughter conviction, arguing her previous lawyers failed to properly represent her in two separate jury trials.

[...]


"When all else fails, they blame the lawyers," he said.

Pelli has not yet returned a call for comment.

"Just because someone loses a trial doesn't mean a lawyer is ineffective," McNamara said, when asked about the motion Wednesday. "If that was the case, our justice system would come to a screeching halt."


McNamara said a motion like this one isn't unusual, particularly for those serving long sentences. Conley was sentenced in January 2018 to 23 years in state prison.

November 13, 2023
 
All her appeals have been rejected, there have been no updates since late 2023 or so. In fact even the Faceboo page has not been updated in months.
 
All her appeals have been rejected, there have been no updates since late 2023 or so. In fact even the Faceboo page has not been updated in months.
I understand, but we can't assume anything, and without providing a news link, it isn't conclusive if the Judge denied her latest appeal. They were last in court not that long ago, November 2023. The Judge was going to take awhile to make his decision. I agree, @Tarik, the Judge probably decided to deny it, but I'd sure like a news link saying that.


November 13, 2023

Both attorney's requested transcripts of today's proceedings, which they will be reviewing, Judge Dwyer has reserved decision.

He will be issuing it in writing as soon as possible. (so, did he?)
 

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