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J.C. CHADWELL MURDER TRIAL

Jurors say evidence wasn't there to convict J.C. Chadwell of murder. A retired Pittsfield police lieutenant says that evidence existed

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J.C. Chadwell, far right, embraces family afternoon outside Berkshire Superior Court after being found not guilty of murder in connection with the 2017 killing of Paul Henry. Jurors who voted to acquit Chadwell of murder said there prosecutors didn't produce enough evidence to prove the Pittsfield native fired the fatal. 

PITTSFIELD — Jurors who voted to acquit J.C. Chadwell of murder in late June tell The Berkshire Eagle that prosecutors didn’t produce enough evidence to prove he killed Paul Henry. But a retired police official says prosecutors could have done more to prove what he sees as a solid case.

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Amanda Burke can be reached at aburke@berkshireeagle.com or 413-496-6296.

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