UTICA, N.Y. -- A Utica man charged with the murder of a teen last summer showed up in Oneida County Court with his attorney Wednesday.
Security was heavy in Oneida County Court as four deputies followed Jorge Campos into the courtroom.
He's accused of shooting 17-year-old Stefan Medina to death in August.
The judge had to adjourn Campos' case a few times, to give him more time to hire an attorney.
Wednesday he confirmed he's retained attorney John Raspante, and also entered a not guilty plea.
He's due back in court next Wednesday.
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