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Yeardley Love (left) and George Huguely V. Media Relations University of Virginia / AP / Reuters. Yeardley Love (left) and George Huguely V. The man whose on-and-off relationship with Yeardley Love allegedly enraged George Huguely V testified today that he once witnessed. As their final semester at the U-Va. progressed, their relationship View Photo Gallery: George Huguely, Yeardley Love and the faces in the.
InHuguely was arrested for public drunkenness and resisting arrest outside the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity house at Washington and Lee University ; police tased Huguely to subdue him.
In that incident, Huguely received a suspended sentence of 60 days and six months of probation, was fined, and was ordered to perform community service and participate in a drug treatment program. He did not disclose this arrest to the University of Virginia, despite a requirement to do so. At the scene, Love was found unresponsive and was pronounced dead.
Love's death was not intended but an accident with a tragic outcome. At the Charlottesville police station, Huguely waived his Miranda rights and narrated graphic details of his assaulting Love, stating that he kicked open Love's locked bedroom door and "shook Love, and her head repeatedly hit the wall". Investigators also followed leads of domestic violence between Huguely and Love, including threatening e-mail and text messages that Huguely sent to Love post-breakup; a violent encounter between the couple that was broken up by several visiting lacrosse players from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; and an incident in which Huguely attacked Love while drunk but did not recall having hit her.
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An unnamed student reported that Huguely and Love broke up after the drunken Huguely assaulted Love. On January 7,prosecutors added five additional charges: After deliberating for about nine hours, the jury delivered a verdict of guilty of second degree murder and grand larceny. After a further two hours of deliberation, the jury recommended a year sentence: A few of the jurors who spoke to the news media cited the importance of the videotape of Huguely's police interrogation, which was a central part of prosecutor Dave Chapman's case: He was not telling the truth on several occasions.
The court also granted the appeal based on the failure to exclude "Juror 32" because of possible doubts about that juror's impartiality. Clement argued for a new trial, arguing Huguely was denied his right to an attorney when one of his two lawyers fell ill during the trial.
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Nine days into the trial, Huguely co-counsel Quagliana became visibly ill with stomach flu, but the trial judge refused to grant a continuance, even though Huguely objected: Huguely was also a lacrosse player for the school's nationally ranked team. A number of Love and Huguely's friends and teammates testified today, and alcohol consumption was a main point of discussion.
Friends said that Huguely drank four times a week, getting drunk each time.
His teammates were so concerned that they were planning an intervention after the end of the season. Stephanie Aladj, one of Love's sorority sisters, was among the former students who testified.
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Love was supposedly upset that Huguley was texting Aladj who described her relationship with Huguely as "on and off again. Danny Mistry, the primary care physician for UVA sports teams, told the court that Love was an athlete in excellent shape.
When the doctor was asked if there was any medical reason Love should have passed away on May 3,he said, "No She was in very good shape," Mistry said. The second day of testimony began with a police officer who gave a graphic description of what he found when he arrived at Love's apartment.
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Jurors also saw photos of Love's lifeless body, drawing sobs from her family in the courtroom while Huguely kept his head down. Charlottesville Police Officer K.
Blackwell was one of the first responders to arrive at Love's room and find her on the floor. The officer was responding to a call for a possible alcohol overdose. They saw images of EMTs attempting to revive Love, which brought her family to tears.Yeardley Love's brain twisted around: Doctor
Huguely's head was down while the photos were up. He said medics tried to resuscitate Love for about 25 minutes with no success. Spectators in the courtroom could not see the images.
An attorney representing a number of news outlets is filing a request for the photos to be made public. Shawn Bayles arrived at Love's apartment, he said he noticed the large hole in the door and asked rescue personnel if forced entry was required.