AUGUSTA – Maine’s highest court has rejected a New York man’s appeal of his murder conviction.
Thomas Ferguson is currently serving a 50 year sentence, after being found guilty for his role in a November 2015 shooting in Bangor that left 38-year-old Robert Kennedy dead and another man severely wounded.
Ferguson challenged that ruling, saying there was insufficient evidence to convict him.
He also says he was denied due process and the court erred in evidentiary rulings.
But Maine’s Supreme Court found no error in the court’s ruling and upheld Ferguson’s conviction Thursday.