Bad news for C-Murder fans and even worse news for the rapper himself. The Supreme Court has rejected the rapper’s appeal of a second degree murder charge stemming from a shooting at a Louisiana night club in 2002. Murder (real name Corey Miller) argued that he had an unfair trial and that his conviction should be thrown out since the jury voted 10-2 to find him guilty, thus not making it unanimous. However, Louisiana and Oregon are the only two states that allow for non-unanimous convictions for some crimes.

[via US News]

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