Anchorage man will not serve time in jail for killing his mother, sister

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Four and a half years after an Anchorage teenager shot and killed his mother and his sister for "nagging" him, he appeared in court Monday morning for his final hearing in a juvenile case.  

Corbin Duke, 20,was 15 years old on Jan. 5, 2016, when he killed his mother, 40-year-old Shannon Duke as she rested in bed with her three-year-old daughter. He then killed his older sister, 18-year-old Chloe Duke and fled in his family's truck with his little sister. 

The Anchorage District Attorney's Office made multiple attempts to move the case into adult court, but the case got caught up in a long and complicated appeal and litigation process. The court granted the state's request to prosecute Corbin Duke as an adult, but the Alaska Supreme Court reversed the decision in January. 

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