An appeals court yesterday reversed a trial court to permit the airing on March 23 of a TV movie based on the 2006 murder of Peter Porco, who had been clerk to then-Presiding Justice Anthony Cardona of the Appellate Division, Third Department. Porco’s son, Christopher, who was convicted of the ax murder of his father and attempted murder of his mother, had obtained a temporary restraining order from Warren County Supreme Court Justice Robert Muller (See Profile), barring the Lifetime network from airing "Romeo Killer: The Chris Porco Story."
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