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Group protests judge's not guilty verdict in Powhatan stabbing Featured

Written by Ashley Monfort | NBC 12
A group of peaceful protesters gathered at the Powhatan courthouse on Friday. A group of peaceful protesters gathered at the Powhatan courthouse on Friday. (Source: NBC12)

Protesters march on the Powhatan courthouse demanding justice after a judge finds a man not guilty in a recent stabbing.

Norris Goode Jr. survived being stabbed in the head, but after one suspect was acquitted in the case, demonstrators fear Goode will never get justice.

The case now has the attention of the Virginia NAACP, along with upset members of the Powhatan community. They say that law enforcement and the prosecutor did their job, but Powhatan Judge Paul Cella did not.

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