Laurence Lovette, Convicted Eve Carson Killer, Sentenced To Life In Prison

6:44 AM, Jun 4, 2013   |    comments
Laurence Lovette Jr., 22, speaks prior to being resentenced June 3, 2013, for the murder of Eve Carson. "You know, people make mistakes. Nobody's perfect. I'm not the monster that ya'll made me out to be," Lovette said prior to Judge Allen Baddour's sentence. Courtesy WRAL.
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Hillsborough, NC -- An Orange County judge has sentenced the younger of the two men convicted of killing the University of North Carolina student body president in 2008 to life in prison.

Judge Allen Baddour handed down the sentence Monday for 22-year-old Laurence Lovette. A state appeals court ordered the resentencing for Lovette, who was 17 years old when he was originally sentenced to life without parole in November 2011.

Since Lovette's first sentencing, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that judges must consider mitigating circumstances before sentencing someone under the age of 18 to life without the possibility of parole.

Lovette is also charged in the shooting death of a Duke University graduate student who was found dead inside his apartment in January 2008.  That case has not gone to trial.

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