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Trial in 2011 Lisbon shooting fatality may start in September
That 2011 season was marred by the shootings of hunters and others, including several fatalities, in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
A New Hampshire medical examiner said Brunelle was killed by a high-velocity rifle shot to the neck.
One Fish & Game district commander at the scene of the Lisbon fatality said New Hampshire officers have in recent years made it a point to stop referring to such incidents as “accidents.”
It has been a battle of paperwork since then between Assistant Grafton County Attorney Jack Bell, the prosecutor, and Holmes’ attorney, Leonard Harden of Lancaster.
The judge also tentatively scheduled the start of a jury trial in the case for September.
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