C-MURDER IS NOT A GOOD NAME TO HAVE WHEN YOU’RE CHARGED WITH MURDER!

MASTER P’S BROTHER GETS ANOTHER TRIAL IN A 2002 MURDER CASE!

The rapper sometimes known as C-Murder will be tried a second time on a second-degree murder charge.
A Feb. 11 trial date for Corey Miller was set during a telephone conference with prosecutors and defense attorneys, Judge Martha Sassone said in court Tuesday.
Miller, 36, is accused in the shooting death of Steve Thomas, 16, at a Harvey nightclub on Jan. 12, 2002. The teen used a fake ID to get into the club.
The rapper’s 2003 conviction was tossed after Sassone found that prosecutors withheld criminal background information on witnesses from his attorney. The state Supreme Court upheld Sassone’s ruling in March 2006, when she set $500,000 bail for Miller and ordered
his house arrest. He faces a mandatory life sentence without parole. Although Miller changed nicknames from “C-Murder” to “C-Miller” after he was charged with murder, the byline for his new novel, “Death Around the Corner,” is “Corey Miller a.k.a. C-Murder.”