UTICA - Oneida County Court Judge Michael Dwyer has ruled some statements in the Jason D’Avolio murder case cannot be used at trial.
D’Avolio is accused of shooting his wife Kerrilee to death in July of 2019 and putting her body in a Rome dumpster. Her body was later found in an Ava landfill.
Judge Dwyer ruled statements D’Avolio gave police from the time his phone was confiscated to when he was read his Miranda rights can't be heard.
D’Avolio is charged with second degree murder and concealment of a human corpse. His trial is scheduled to begin on March 16th.
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