The Missouri Court of Appeals Western District will soon hear an argument about why a convicted murderer’s sentence should be revoked.Travis Midgyett, 33, was convicted of second degree murder and attempted robbery in November 2007 in Boone County. Prosecutors say Midgyett and three other men went to a Columbia home in March 2006 to rob a man of a cocaine shipment. Midgyett is currently serving a 45-year sentence at the maximum-security Crossroads Correctional Center in Cameron, Mo. He is appealing his murder conviction because he believes the court made in error during his trial. The Court of Appeals will hear the argument on November 7th at Lincoln University in Jefferson City.
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