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Morgan Apologizes to Victim's Family at Commitment Hearing

The man found not guilty by reason of insanity of the May 2009 killing of Wesleyan University student Johanna Justin-Jinich had his first hearing Friday ahead of the state Psychiatric Security Review Board.

 

The Massachusetts man acquitted of the murder of a Wesleyan University student in May 2009 and committed to 60 years at Connecticut Valley Hospital's Whiting Forensic Institute, Stephen Morgan, had his first hearing Friday in front of the Connecticut Psychiatric Security Review Board, according to a story in the Hartford Courant.

Through his attorney Richard Brown, the Courant says, Morgan expressed his contrition to the family of Johanna Justin-Jinich.

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