Court Appoint Special Attorney In Murder Case

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WOUB Contributing Writer

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Updated Thu, Dec 27, 2012 10:01 am

The arraignments of two Cambridge men accused of killing a Coshocton County man have been postponed while a special attorney is appointed to handle the case.

According to Coshocton County Prosecutor Jason Given the court is seeking to appoint a special attorney to handle the aggravated murder case against Albert Clark, 33.

Clark faces 11 felony counts including aggravated murder, aggravated robbery and tampering with evidence in the shooting death of David Milich, 49.

Milich was found dead in his Kimbolton home on November 20.

Clark could face the death penalty. His co-defendent, Robert McKinney, 45, faces life in prison.

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