Evidence from 2006 killing can be used in Richmond County homicide trial
If the prosecutor can bring in witnesses to prove that blood found on Seth Rouzan’s shoes in 2006 came from a homicide victim, the evidence can be used against Rouzan when he stands trial for a 2012 homicide.
Judge Daniel J. Craig issued the ruling Friday in Richmond County Superior Court, where Rouzan, 27, faces charges of murder and a weapon violation in the Aug. 21 killing of Joseph Williams II, 64.
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