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Appeals Court won’t upset convictions of Chad Curtis

Associated Press

Hastings, Mich. — The state Appeals Court affirmed the convictions and sentence of former Major League Baseball player Chad Curtis, who is in prison for sexual misconduct with teenage girls in west Michigan.

Curtis mostly claimed that his attorney was ineffective at key points of the 2013 trial in Barry County. But the Appeals Court, in a 3-0 decision released Friday, found nothing that would call for a new trial.

Girls at Lakewood High School said Curtis touched them inappropriately while he was a volunteer in the weight room. Curtis declined to testify at trial.

Curtis, 46, will be eligible for parole in 2020. Separately, he and the school district are being sued by the girls.

Curtis played Major League baseball from 1992 through 2001.