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BRIDGEPORT - Corinna Martin broke into tears as a second jury in March 2016 announced it was hopelessly deadlocked on whether Jermaine Richards murdered and then dismembered Martin’s 20-year-old daughter, Alyssiah Marie Wiley, a student at Eastern Connecticut State University.
"No, not again, not again," she cried.
But Martin, of West Haven, will be back in the courtroom on Wednesday as a third jury prepares to hear the case in Superior Court here.
“I am praying that justice will finally be served,” she said. “That hopefully this jury will see through all the smoke and mirrors of his case and decide a verdict based on the evidence.
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