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Peggy Easley of Davis, center, is surrounded by supporters of her husband, Ajay Dev, as they take part in a vigil Friday outside the 3rd District Court of Appeal building in downtown Sacramento. The court is hearing an appeal of Dev's 2009 conviction on charges that he sexually assaulted his adopted daughter. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

Crime, Fire + Courts

Steadfast in their support

By From page A4 | April 20, 2014

Peggy Easley of Davis, center, is surrounded by supporters of her husband, Ajay Dev, as they take part in a vigil Friday outside the 3rd District Court of Appeal building in downtown Sacramento. The court is hearing an appeal of Dev’s 2009 conviction on charges that he sexually assaulted his adopted daughter.┬áDev’s appellate lawyer contends that “grievous errors” made during the Yolo Superior Court trial resulted in the conviction, for which Dev is serving a 378-year prison sentence. The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office has defended its handling of the case. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

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