Chante Mallard broke down and cried in 2003 after receiving 50 years in jail for the murder of Gregory Biggs. Defense attorney Wm. Reagan Wynn is at left.
Chante Mallard broke down and cried in 2003 after receiving 50 years in jail for the murder of Gregory Biggs. Defense attorney Wm. Reagan Wynn is at left. Star-Telegram archives
Chante Mallard broke down and cried in 2003 after receiving 50 years in jail for the murder of Gregory Biggs. Defense attorney Wm. Reagan Wynn is at left. Star-Telegram archives

After Mallard gets 50 years, victim’s son forgives but says ‘restitution is still required’

October 26, 2017 11:11 AM

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