Willie Barney, the man found guilty of the attempted first-degree murder without a firearm of an off-duty Miami-Dade Police officer during a robbery last year, will ask for a new trial, his defense attorney said Monday.
“The motion will be filed tomorrow and I already provided the case law to the court and to the state,” defense attorney Robert Barrar said.
Barney’s sentencing had been postponed for May 13.
Police said that
ambushed Joseph at gunpoint and demanded his jewelry after he had finishing volunteering at Union Baptist Church at 6701 NW 7th Ave.
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