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Appeals court throws out Navy officer’s conviction for strangling fiancé

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A U.S. Navy officer’s conviction for strangling his fiancé has been overturned by an appeals court and sent back to the convening authority for a new hearing. Lt. Cmdr. Jason Scott Doyle pleaded guilty in April 2019 to aggravated assault for strangling his fiancé in Florida back in December 2017.

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