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UPDATE: Maryland Appellate Court Affirms Manslaughter Conviction For Defendant Christina Granados McCauley

4/30/2020: The Court of Special Appeals of Maryland, in a reported opinion, affirmed Defendant Christina Granados McCauley’s conviction for involuntary manslaughter after a St. Mary’s County jury found her guilty, by unanimous verdict after a multi-day jury trial in December 2017, for her involvement with distributing carfentanil, which caused the overdose and death to another individual. State’s Attorney Richard Fritz would like to thank the members of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office’s Narcotics Unit and the Maryland State Police’s Central South Narcotics Unit for the successful investigation and prosecution of this Defendant. Deputy State’s Attorney Jaymi Sterling and State’s Attorney Richard Fritz prosecuted this case. 12/19/2017: On August 2, 2017, Christina Granados McCauley, 58, of Leonardtown, was indicted on the following charges; CDS Possess-Not Marijuana, CDS Distribution-Narcotics, Murder 2ndDegree, Manslaughter, and Reckless Endangerment. The indictment was the culmination of an extensive investigation into the death of Mary Nell Miller. On June 23, 2017, Victim Mary Nell Miller was discovered unresponsive, in the bathroom at a residence in Leonardtown. Attempts to resuscitate Victim Miller were unsuccessful. An extensive investigation was conducted into the death of Victim Miller, and it was ruled by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, her death […]

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