PHOENIX - The Arizona Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the convictions and death sentences of a man for the 2005 murders of his estranged wife and her boyfriend.
Tiffany Lien had left Rodney Hardy and he found her and Don Stanciel in a bedroom in the apartment of a friend of the wife. He shot and killed both.
A Maricopa County Superior Court jury convicted Hardy of two counts of first-degree murder and single counts of burglary and kidnapping.
The state Supreme Court previously upheld murder convictions and death sentences of two other death row inmates this week.
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