ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Cody Posey, 20, walked into the Albuquerque Boys ReintegrationCenter on Monday. The center will help him learn how to function insociety after incarceration.
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He is expected to have an established plan on what course hislife will take. Posey fatally shot his family at their home. Poseyclaimed he killed his family after suffering years of physical andsexual abuse by his parents. Posey's attorney, Gary Mitchell, saidon Tuesday that Posey had a chance to reform his behavior and sethis sights on his future.
"I'm confident that Cody's going to try and obtain a highereducation," said Mitchell. "I'm confident that he will make as muchof his life as he possibly can."
Posey expressed remorse throughout his trial for the killings.Posey was spared from a life sentence in prison because thepresiding judge said the state failed to prove that he could not berehabilitated. That ruling meant Posey had to be sentenced as ajuvenile.
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