A mid-90s murder case from Sioux City will go back to court. The state court of appeals has ruled Larue Snake’s case should get a second look because Snake maintains his lawyer told him if he plead guilty to second degree murder, he’d get out in five years. The lawyer says he told him he’d get 10 years behind bars under the plea agreement, which is what Snake faces. Snake stabbed Randy Hall to death in Sioux City seven years ago. Snake also accused prosecutors of misconduct and said his attorney should have used an intoxication defense and brought up the victim’s criminal record, but the court of appeals ruled those claims were without legal merit.
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