An attorney for a former Ft Payne resident convicted of killing two individuals on a horse farm in New Hampshire, is currently requesting that the New Hampshire Supreme Court, grant a new trial in that case.

The attorney representing Sheila LaBarre claims that police violated her privacy by going onto her property in Epping, New Hampshire to check on the well-being of one of her ex-boyfriends – doing so without a warrant.

Evidence collected at the location included sneakers and a human bone.

LaBarre admitted to killing both Michael Deloge in 2005, and Kenneth Countie in 2006 but said she was insane at the time.

A jury threw out that claim and she was sentenced to Life in Prison, in 2008.

What , if anything , will come about as a result of the new argument being presented by LaBarre’s attorney, remains to be seen.

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