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CLEVELAND – The case of a former Parma undertaker who was convicted of poisoning his wife in 1992 is back in the headlines.

Robert Girts was twice convicted of killing his wife, but those two convictions were overturned. Last year, as part of a plea bargain, he finally admitted that he poisoned her. At the time of his plea, he was sentenced to 6-30 years in prison. He was given credit for the more than 15 he had already served.

He filed another appeal asking to be re-sentenced under current guidelines.

Fox 8’s Jack Shea says he’ll soon find out if he will go free.