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Perry March Continues Filings From Prison

Perry March once again is claiming he's being wronged in prison.

The former Nashville attorney is serving a 56 year sentence for killing his wife Janet and trying to have her parents killed.

His claims came out of the lawsuit he filed against his former in-laws, Lawrence and Carolyn Levine to get custody of his two kids away from them.

In the latest documents he's filed in the case he's handwritten, in many cases practically scribbled, his arguments to the judge making all sorts of angry accusations against the Levines claiming they have an unfair advantage.

March goes on to repeatedly call the Levines child-abductors, accusing them of malicious and sinister actions. March then tells the judge it's totally unfair that he's working without a lawyer in this case even though he's the one who filed the lawsuit.

He's also upset because he said he's constantly being moved from one prison to another. March was recently brought back to Nashville from the prison in Tiptonville to appeal his murder conviction.

March is still claiming he's being denied access to a typewriter, law library and copier. He also wants more time to prepare his case because for two weeks he said he wasn't sure whether he'd received all of the legal paperwork in the case.

Lawrence Levine has responded only by calling March's claims extraordinary, saying March had 10 days sitting in a prison cell 24 hours a day to read through the papers to figure out whether he had them all.

Levine went on to say that if March couldn't find the time to do that, he must not take his own lawsuit very seriously.
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