NORRISTOWN, Pa. - A man sent to prison for a fatal church shooting in Montgomery County is hoping to get out early.
An attorney for Mark Storms has appealed for a shorter prison term.
Storms was sentenced in April to 10 years behind bars after he was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment charges.
Prosecutors say Storms shot and killed a parishioner during a Sunday service last year at Keystone Fellowship Church in Montgomeryville.
Storms' attorney is also challenging the evidence presented during the case.
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