Appeal filed in former Milford officer Jason Anderson's conviction

The lawyer for the former Milford police officer convicted in a deadly car crash has filed an appeal. Jason Anderson was sentenced to five years

MILFORD - The lawyer for the former Milford police officer convicted in a deadly car crash has filed an appeal.

Jason Anderson was sentenced to five years in prison in January for the deaths of two teens from Orange.

Anderson's attorney claims the judge made errors in the case and his client should not have been found guilty.

Anderson was driving more than 90 miles per hour and was not responding to a call when he hit the teens' car in 2009.
 

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