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New hearing date scheduled for convicted murderer

Ronald Weems (Source: Colbert Co. Sheriff's Dept.) Ronald Weems (Source: Colbert Co. Sheriff's Dept.)
COLBERT COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

A Colbert County judge delayed a hearing for a Colbert County man who murdered and dismembered his victim.

A jury sentenced Ronald Weems to life in prison for the murder of Amanda Taylor. Investigators found her remains in 2011.

Weems filed a motion for a new trial. A judge will hear his evidence on August 5th.

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