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Initially charged as an adult with five felonies, including attempted murder, Tyler Pitzl faced a maximum of 220 years in prison. But on Tuesday, his attorney argued that Pitzl would receive better rehabilitation if his case were moved to juvenile court. A judge agreed, shocking prosecutors and law enforcement officials but consoling the Pitzl family.

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