The Vermont Supreme Court ruled Friday that a former Castleton man convicted of killing a school janitor in 1992 is entitled to a public defender to continue his appeals even though attorneys who have looked at his case believe his legal claims have no merit. The decision came on the 20th anniversary of the killing of a Castleton school janitor by Charles Crannell, now 70 and serving a life sentence at a Kentucky prison.
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