Man Convicted of Brutal Murder is Sentenced

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Attention: Media Outlets

Yesterday, May 31, 2018 Noah W. Nevil, Sr was sentenced in State of Indiana v Noah W. Nevil Sr. – 22C01-1506-MR-1071 to a term of 65 years in the Indiana Department of Corrections. Nevil had been found guilty on May 10, 2018, by twelve jurors in the brutal murder of Earl L. Moore, a veteran residing in New Albany.

The State of Indiana, through it’s Deputy Prosecutor Melissa Campbell asked the Judge to sentence Nevil to a term of 65 years in prison, the maximum sentence for this crime. Under Indiana law, Nevil will be required to serve 75% of his sentence.

After the sentencing, Mr. Henderson said, “Crimes such as these are of the most heinous. I’m very pleased that the Defendant received an appropriate sentence for the murder of one of our most vulnerable citizens. For a crime such as this, Nevil should neither be released from prison nor ever see the free light of day.”

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