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As his own attorney, former Salem planning board member gets on judge's nerves
Jeffrey Gray, 51, an Ex-Salem planning board member, appeared Thursday in Rockingham County Superior Court to upend his conviction of aggravated felonious sexual assault. (JAMES A. KIMBLE)
A jury convicted Gray on a single count of aggravated felonious sexual assault last June but cleared him of seven other charges including kidnapping. He is serving a 7- to 14-year state prison sentence.
Judge Marguerite Wageling repeatedly urged Gray to pick up the pace and again encouraged him to reconsider using a court-appointed lawyer instead of going it alone.
Windham police Chief Gerard Lewis and public defender Anthony Naro, who represented Gray at his trial last year, are among the witnesses expected to be called at the next hearing.
Court papers say the recently discovered lab report shows that DNA samples collected from the victim do not point to a third party, as Gray suggests.
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