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Manitowoc man convicted of attempted intentional homicide

State agrees to 20-year sentence for Stites

5:19 PM, Mar. 28, 2013
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Adam M. Stites, 22, was convicted today of first-degree attempted intentional homicide.

The Manitowoc man entered a no contest plea to the Class A felony in front of Judge Patrick L. Willis in Manitowoc County Circuit Court. The felony carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment. Stites and the state have reached a partial plea agreement. The state agreed to cap initial confinement at 20 years concurrent with a sentence Stites is currently serving.

Stites had pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. Stites was arrested April 28, 2011, for stabbing a 20-year-old rural ...

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