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Gabrielle Pittman pleaded with jurors during her closing argument in the sentencing phase of the trial for Christopher Keith Calmer, the man found guilty of fatally shooting Monroe County Sheriff's Office deputy Michael Norris in 2014. Pittman showed jurors a picture of Calmer soon after his arrest and compared with an older photo as she asked them to choose a life sentence and not the death penalty. Amy Leigh Womack The Telegraph
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