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Accused Killer Gets New Attorney

Accused Killer Gets New Attorney

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(KSL News) A man accused of killing his former wife has a new lawyer.

David Drommond, 31, requested a replacement for his attorney, William Albright. Drommond claimed Albright had only seen him twice in 21 months. The judge appointed defense attorney Ed Brass to represent Drommond.

Drommond is charged with killing his ex-wife, Janeil, as she was dropping off their children for a visit.

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