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In this Aug. 3, 2017, photo, Michelle Carter, center, listens to her sentencing for involuntary manslaughter for encouraging 18-year-old Conrad Roy III to kill himself in July of 2014. Her defense attorney Joseph Cataldo stands at left. (AP file photo: Boston Herald)
In this Aug. 3, 2017, photo, Michelle Carter, center, listens to her sentencing for involuntary manslaughter for encouraging 18-year-old Conrad Roy III to kill himself in July of 2014. Her defense attorney Joseph Cataldo stands at left. (AP file photo: Boston Herald)

U.S. high court urged to take up texting suicide appeal

Michelle Carter’s lawyers called her conviction in Conrad Roy III’s death “unprecedented” and said her case raises crucial questions about whether “words alone” are enough to hold someone responsible for another person’s suicide.

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