Jun 22, 2010 9:15 AM by Sharlee Barriere
LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) - Accused serial killer Jeffery Lee
Guillory's attempt to get his sentence reduced in an unrelated case
has been denied.
State District Judge Edwin Rubin on Monday upheld his original
sentence of 50 years at hard labor without benefit of probation or
parole for Guillory for the attempted murder of a Lafayette woman.
Guillory was in jail in Baton Rouge for the Lafayette charges
when evidence linked him to three murders in Baton Rouge. He has
yet to stand trial on those charges.
A Lafayette jury convicted Guillory on
March 5 of the attempted second-degree murder and second-degree
robbery of Johnnie Rose Martinez in December 2007.