Man Convicted of Topeka Murder Will Have New Attorney

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A man convicted in a Topeka murder will have a new attorney for his sentencing.

A Shawnee County judge Monday granted Steve Rosel's motion to withdraw from Rashawn Anderson's case.

A new attorney, James Chappas, was appointed to represent Anderson.

Anderson pleaded no contest in the July 2005 shooting death of Christopher Caraway and lost a bid earlier this month to withdraw that plea.

Sentencing is set for March 10th.