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Pennsylvania murder suspect asks trial judge to preside over his wedding


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First comes the trial, then comes marriage.

A Pennsylvania man going through trial for murder made an uncommon request by asking his judge to additionally officiate his wedding.

Kashawn Flowers’ lawyer requested York County Judge Harry Ness on Tuesday whether or not he could be prepared to marry the defendant and his girlfriend.

Prosecutors didn’t object and neither did the judge — however he mentioned that the wedding would want to be on maintain till after the trial.

“We’ll take care of it next week,” Ness mentioned.

Flowers’ lawyer Brian Perry mentioned it was the primary time he had ever made such a request.

Flowers, who’s believed to be a member of the South Side gang, faces costs for allegedly gunning down a rival in York in August 2014.

“Flowers advised that he saw the victim walking alone and asked him what side he was from and the victim eventually said he (was) from out west,” authorities wrote in a prison grievance, Fox43 reported.

“The associate knew about the beef between the South Side and the West Side. Flowers admitted to shooting the victim in the head and said he was happy about it.”

Flowers stays held within the county jail with out bail.

With Post wires

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