CORFU, N.Y. (WIVB) - Judges will hear arguments that a convicted killer from Genesee County was not read his rights.
Scott Doll is serving 15-years to life in prison for the 2009 death of Joseph Benaquist. Genesee County Sheriff's deputies have said there was an "emergency exception" to the rule requiring them to read Doll his Miranda Rights because someone needed immediate medical attention.
Doll, a former corrections officer, was running for mayor of Corfu at the time he bludgeoned his business partner to death.
Deputies found Doll covered in blood and walking down the side of the road carrying a car jack, screwdriver and lugwrench. He was arrested. Authorities then found Benaquist dead in his driveway.
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