A Maine judge and former prosecutor said in court Wednesday that he didn’t remember gesturing or mouthing answers in view of jurors at the end of a murder trial in 2012.
Buddy Robinson takes notes Tuesday in Androscoggin County Superior Court during his motion for a new trial. He was convicted of killing Christiana Fesmire of Lewiston in 2012.
Andrew Benson, a newly appointed judge at Maine District Court, was called as a witness in Androscoggin County Superior Court to testify about his demeanor during closing arguments at the trial of Buddy Robinson, 32, of Lewiston at which he served as lead prosecutor.
Robinson was convicted in the 2011 beating and drowning death of 22-year-old Christiana Fesmire, who lived… read the full story