Evidence for Huguely trial to be shown

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - The man convicted in the death of UVA lacrosse player, Yeardely Love, won't be formally sentenced until later this summer.

Tuesday we will get our first look at the evidence presented from the George Huguely murder trial.

These pictures will be on display in the same courtroom in Charlottesville where Huguely was convicted earlier this year.

Audio recordings of Huguely's police interrogation and text messages between Huguely and Love will be on display.

Now pictures of Yeardley Love's body will not be shown.

There is a strict no photography rule for anyone going to look at the evidence.

Love's family recently has filed a thirty million dollar wrongful death lawsuit against Huguely.

Huguely has been convicted of second degree murder and grand larceny.

It's now been two years since Love's body was found in her Charlottesville apartment.

Huguely was convicted back in February.

His sentencing is scheduled for August.

A jury has recommended he spend 26 years in prison.

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