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March 22, 2004

Albany -- An Albany man, who was thrown out of the courtroom during his trial is sentenced to 20 years in prison.

 26 year old Reginald Ingram was found guilty of drug charges March 9th.

 In the first day of his trial, Ingram cursed Judge Loring Gray and threatened baliffs. The Judge had him removed from the courtroom, and tried him in absentia.

The jury found him guilty in 30 minutes. Judge Gray sentenced Ingram to serve 20 years in prison, and then 30 more years on probation.

 Ingram did not speak Monday during his sentencing.

posted at 6:29 PM by jimw@walb.com

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