Judge says ‘no’ to suppress evidence in D’Avolio murder case

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The Rome man accused of killing his wife appearing in Oneida County Court Wednesday morning. The judge denying the defense’s motion for suppression of evidence. 47-year-old Jason D’Avolio was charged with second degree murder and concealment of a human corpse in connection with the killing of his wife Kerrilee D’Avolio back in July. He pleaded not guilty to those charges last month and rejected the district attorney’s plea offer last week.

As both prosecution and defense are waiting for autopsy reports, D’Avolio’s case will resume back in court on November 6th. A wade and huntley hearing are both scheduled for November 22nd. If convicted, D’Avolio can face 25 years behind bars.

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