A Binghamton man, originally found guilty in 2017 of murdering a man outside the Antler Lodge social club in Binghamton, is convicted again.


The Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court had granted a retrial for 36-year-old Joshua Taylor but he was convicted again Thursday, December 16 in the 2015 shooting death of 33-year-old James High.

Taylor shot High outside the notorious Chenango Street club, which since shut down, in the early morning hours of July 24, 2015 following an argument that had started inside the bar.  High was found lying on the sidewalk outside the building.

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Taylor was found guilty of murder in September, 2017 and sentenced in December of that year to the maximum of 25-years to life in prison.

There is no word on when sentencing will be held for this latest conviction.

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