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Chilling display of Mazzaglia evidence
An enlarged photo murder victim Elizabeth “Lizzi” Marriott leans against a table among more than 100 pieces of evidence put on display Friday in Strafford County Superior Court. (Mike Lawrence)
Strafford County Superior Court clerk Julie Howard said the amount of evidence compiled was “what would be expected of a trial of this duration.”
The jury found Mazzaglia guilty of two charges of first-degree murder, one for purposely strangling Marriott and the other for committing an act of violent sexual assault on her body before, after or while killing her.
A court document filed this month states that the latter charge, involving sexual assault, will be used for sentencing purposes at Mazzaglia’s sentencing hearing, which is scheduled for 10 a.m. Aug. 14.
Another court document filed earlier this month provides a list of 11 people who could speak at Mazzaglia’s sentencing. The list includes Bob and Melissa Marriott, Marriott’s parents; both of her grandmothers; several aunts and uncles; a friend from childhood; and Brittany Atwood, her girlfriend at the time of her death.
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