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A man in Pennsylvania who faces a murder trial He asked the judge who sees his case to marry him to his girlfriend.
Brian Perry, an attorney for Kashawn Flowers, asked York County Judge Harry Ness Tuesday that if you would be willing to lead the wedding ceremony for your client and his fiancée.
Although the judge did not deny the request, he indicated that the wedding has to wait until after the trial.
“We will take care of this next week,” Ness said.
Perry, for her part, said she is the first to make a request like this to a judge.
Flowers, who believed to be a member of the South Side gang, faces charges for allegedly shoot a rival in York in August 2014.
“Flowers saw the victim walking alone and asked which side he was on, and eventually the victim told him he was from the west,” says the criminal complaint against Flowers cited by FOX 43.
“The associate knew of the struggle between South Side and West Side. Flowers admitted that he shot the victim in the head and said he was happy about it, ”the court document added.
The man remains locked up in a county jail without bond.