A former law student who is serving a life sentence for murdering and dismembering his neighbor and classmate in 2011 is scheduled to represent himself in a hearing next month on his petition for an appeal.

Stephen McDaniel is due in a state court in Augusta, Georgia, on Aug. 17, where he is expected to argue that he should get a trial because his constitutional rights were violated when police and prosecutors assembled their case against him.

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