As Mario Casciaro walked out of lock up and into a McHenry County courtroom wearing county issued orange garb, he blew a kiss to family members who were in court in the hopes of having his murder conviction overturned.
But they all will need to wait until Sept. 24 for Judge Sharon Prather to make her ruling.
Casciaro, 30, appeared in court on a motion to appeal his conviction. He has been in jail since being found guilty in April of first-degree murder with intimidation, in the murder of 17-year-old Brian Carrick.
Carrick worked as a stockboy with Casciaro at Val’s Foods in Johnsburg. The grocery store was partly owned by the Casciaro family at the time.
Carrick was last seen alive with Casciaro and Shane Lamb on the evening of Dec. 20, 2002.
Casciaro has long been accused of calling in Lamb to collect a $500 drug debt from…
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