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Convicted Ithaca shooter headed for re-sentencing following appellate court order

An Ithaca man, in custody for a 2015 shooting, is scheduled to be re-sentenced in Tompkins County Court after an appellate court found that the evidence in his 2016 trial was insufficient to support his assault conviction.

James Marshall faced multiple charges after police say he shot a person in the leg at a woman's West Village apartment on June 25, 2015. After a trial in March 2016, on charges of first-degree assault, third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, and two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, Marshall was convicted on all charges.

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