He accepted a plea bargain and is still posting $2 million bail after being convicted of murder and first-degree assault for shooting two men in the back in Hartford in late December 2018. A man began serving a 25-year prison sentence on Thursday. His sentencing hearing is over.
Abdul-Hakim Ali, 33, had an address listed on Burnside Avenue in East Hartford when he was arrested three days after the shooting, but was sentenced when he made a plea bargain in Hartford Superior Court. agreed with
But Thursday’s hearing was an opportunity for the family of West Hartford murder victim Ross Stone, 35, to tell Ali what he took from them.
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