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Dow convicted in tot abuse case
Defendant Roland Dow, 28, speaks with defense lawyer Tom Gleason in court Thursday. (JAMES A. KIMBLE)
Dow, 28, is being held without bail at the county jail awaiting sentencing. He faces decades in state prison.
The case against Dow and his ex-girlfriend, Jessica Linscott, 24, of Plaistow received national attention when they went on the run in November 2012, and left behind young James Nicholson at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center suffering with life-threatening injuries.
Episodes of the Nicholson suffering were captured on video and played for jurors during Dow’s seven-day trial, prompting some jurors to burst into tears or hide their faces from the projection screen.
“I would suggest to you the evidence is a constant drone of untruths, of lying to you, to everyone,” Gleason said of her testimony.
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