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Joaquin Rams still without attorney in Pr. William capital murder case

washingtonpost.com (11 months and 10 days ago)

Aug 13, 2013

A Manassas man charged with capital murder in the death of his infant son remains without an attorney to defend him after a court hearing Tuesday that was scheduled to decide the matter. Joaquin S. Rams, 41, has been accused of drowning his 15 1/2-month-old son, Prince McLeod Rams. Authorities say Rams took out more than $500,000 in life insurance on his son before his death. Prince was the subject of a custody dispute and died during a... full story

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