Stamford murder suspect due in court

A New Haven man, who's murder conviction was overturned, is due in court today.Harry Gonzalez was found guilty of murdering 75-year-old Joanne Trautwein during a

STAMFORD - A New Haven man, who's murder conviction was overturned, is due in court today.

Harry Gonzalez was found guilty of murdering 75-year-old Joanne Trautwein during a robbery at her home in Stamford in 2005.

Last year, the State Supreme Court threw out the conviction and ordered a new trial.

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