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    Timothy Danforth, center, stands between defense attorneys Sarah Glynn, left, and Jeffrey Wilson, during sentencing hearing on Wednesday at the Capital Judicial Center in Augusta.

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    Joel Kreitzman, left, wipes his eyes after giving a victim impact statement about his friend, the late Michael Reis, during Timothy Danforth's manslaughter sentencing hearing on Wednesday at the Capital Judicial Center in Augusta. Marcia Cram, the victim advocate at Office of the Attorney General, reaches over to him.

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    Jonathan Reis, twin brother of the late Michael Reis, speaks during Timothy Danforth's manslaughter sentencing hearing on Wednesday at the Capital Judicial Center in Augusta.

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    Timothy Danforth, center, stands between defense attorneys Sarah Glynn, left, and Jeffrey Wilson, during sentencing hearing on Wednesday at the Capital Judicial Center in Augusta. The deputies took him into custody at the end of the hearing.

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    Timothy Danforth apologizes to the family of Michael Reis during his manslaughter sentencing hearing on Wednesday at the Capital Judicial Center in Augusta.

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