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UPDATE: Sharlotte McGill's Killer Appears In Court

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Avondre Graham appears in court on Tuesday. Avondre Graham appears in court on Tuesday.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: They've turned it into a plea and sentencing at 8:30 next Tuesday morning, the 17th.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: "Let's not have a hearing today." - Judge Moreno

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: It appears that some confusion with filed paperwork may push this court appearance back.

KHQ.COM - Convicted murderer Avondre Graham will be in court this morning for a plea hearing on robbery charges.

Graham was arrested for assaulting a woman on Centennial Trail just months after he killed Sharlotte McGill.

Keep checking back for updates, we'll let you know what happened.

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The man who was sentenced for the murder of Sharlotte McGill was in court again on Wednesday, this time on robbery and assault charges. 

Avondre Graham pleaded guilty to the murder of McGill about a month ago and was sentenced to a little more than 10 years in prison. Two weeks later, Graham was charged with 2nd Degree Robbery after an attack that happened a few months after the murder of McGill. In that attack, Graham is accused of beating and robbing Debra Watkins before being scared off by a good samaritan. Graham ran away from the scene but was quickly arrested by police. 

In Wednesday's hearing, Graham appeared before a judge and bail was set at $25,000 dollars, which doesn't mean much since the state has an institutional hold on Graham as he is serving time for the murder of McGill. 

Graham will be in court again on December 10th when he is formally arraigned on the robbery charge.

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