Andrew Dys

May 15, 2014 12:27 PM

Judge warns Rock Hill double-murder suspect about representing himself

The Rock Hill man accused of shooting and killing his disabled wife and their granddaughter told a judge Thursday he “thinks” he understands the perils of representing himself in a murder case that could result in the death penalty.

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