Man Pleads Guilty To Amended Charges In Cache Valley Attempted Murder Case
A Perry man accused of taking a “substantial step” toward committing a murder in Cache County pleaded guilty in 1st District Court on Wednesday.
Charles Warren Leff, 65, pleaded guilty to two amended counts of first-degree attempted murder.
As part of a plea agreement three first-degree counts of attempted aggravated murder, six third-degree felonies for possessing firearms as a restricted person and witness tampering, and additional misdemeanors were dismissed. The plea deal involves a binding agreement for concurrent sentencing and retains Leff’s right to appeal recent denials of motions in the case. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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