Kuhn’s conviction upheld by State Supreme Court
A conviction handed down in an Aragon murder trial is two years later now confirmed by the State Supreme Court of Georgia.
According to a press release on Monday, the conviction of Curtis Todd Kuhn in September 2015 was upheld by the state’s highest court along with a list of others they considered.
Kuhn was convicted and sentenced to life with the possibil-ity of parole in the 2013 shooting death of his step-father Robert May two years prior to that.
He was also sentenced on other charges to serve concur-rently with his murder conviction.
Kuhn could get parole in 28 years after serving some two years of his sentence already, not including the time served while he was in jail prior to his trial.