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McGuffin conviction overturned due to Oregon State Police error

McGuffin conviction overturned due to Oregon State Police error

A Malheur County circuit court judge has overturned the 2011 manslaughter conviction of Nicholas McGuffin in the death of teenager Leah Freeman. After a trial for post-conviction relief last August, Sr Judge Patricia Sullivan rendered a decision last Friday finding that the Oregon State Police laboratory violated McGuffin’s constitutional rights when it failed to provide […]

McGuffin earliest release date 8/22/2020

McGuffin earliest release date 8/22/2020

Nicholas McGuffin convicted of 1st degree manslaughter in the 2000 death of his girlfriend, Leah Freeman, will be complete his mandated sentence August 22, 2020. If McGuffin had come forward from the beginning, instead of hiding his crime, he would be on with his life by now and would probably have served a much shorter sentence. One has to wonder whether the person or persons who helped orchestrate the attempt to coverup the crime back then wish now they had urged him to tell the truth.

McGuffin transferred to Coffee Creek Correctional Facility for processing

McGuffin transferred to Coffee Creek Correctional Facility for processing

All Oregon prisoners begin their incarceration at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Wilsonville, where they are evaluated before a site is chosen for the full term of a sentence. Nicholas McGuffin was transported out of the Coos County Jail yesterday morning, the day after his sentence was handed down. McGuffin was convicted of 1st […]

McGuffin receives mandatory 120 months in prison plus three years probation UPDATED

McGuffin receives mandatory 120 months in prison plus three years probation UPDATED

The State could have asked for up to twenty years on this Measure 11 crime but did not and settled for the mandatory minimum sentence of ten years, $1,738 in restitution and will be on probation for three years once his sentence is served. Will update with details of the proceedings later this afternoon

People vs McGuffin-addressing the inevitable second guesses

People vs McGuffin-addressing the inevitable second guesses

Many comments criticize the jury for their finding without hard physical evidence but, in fact, they acted “boldly” as Frasier implored them to during his closing argument. Objections to this verdict would seem to imply that many people believe that as long as any killer is clever or adept at covering their tracks they can walk away even if there is a preponderance of circumstantial evidence to conclude their guilt.

People vs McGuffin – at last, justice for Leah Freeman

People vs McGuffin – at last, justice for Leah Freeman

Officers Ray McNeely and Chris Webley as well as the rest of CPD have done an excellent job and have provided proof that with the right leadership and guidance they are all worthy to be called ‘crime fighters’ not just ‘traffic nazis‘.

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