BOSTON -- The widow of an heir to the Big Y Foods supermarket chain will not stand trial a second time in connection with her husband's shooting death, the state supreme court here decided. The Supreme Judicial Court of the State of Massachusetts ruled that the widow, Suzanne D'Amour, who was acquitted of first degree murder in 1997, could not be tried on a murder conspiracy charge in the death of Robert D'Amour. The court said that would violate a constitutional protection against double ...

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