Federal inmate denies confession, appeals meth conviction | May 12
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A federal inmate found guilty by a jury of conspiring to sell methamphetamine is appealing his verdict. Stanley Schily Sr. says the trial judge should have acquitted him for lack of evidence. But a federal prosecutor says Schily had meth, baggies, and written sales records in his house, and he confessed to detectives. The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments on Wednesday, May 11, in St. Paul.