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Not guilty plea entered ahead of murder trial

Billy Cardwell is accused of killing Albert Sanford at an apartment on Winchester Road in Huntsville in 2011. Billy Cardwell is accused of killing Albert Sanford at an apartment on Winchester Road in Huntsville in 2011.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

A Madison County man charged with murder entered a not guilty plea on Friday.

Billy Cardwell is accused of killing Albert Sanford at an apartment on Winchester Road in Huntsville in 2011.

At Friday's hearing, Cardwell's attorney presented several motion's to the judge. The trial is scheduled to start December 2nd.

Cardwell was in the Donaldson Correctional Facility in Bessemer on an unrelated charge. He has been moved to the Madison County Jail to await his trial.

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