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Byline: MICHAEL A. SCARCELLA firstname.lastname@example.org
A former Charlotte County sheriff's detective is among thousands of convicted felons who have a chance for reduced prison sentences because of a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision.
Wyatt Olen Henderson was sentenced in federal court last year to more than seven years in prison for using excessive force and lying about it to federal agents. The former corporal has been free on bail while his case remains on appeal.
Henderson pistol-whipped a teenage marijuana dealer in May 2002, breaking the teen's jaw after a car chase in Port Charlotte. The deputy then lied about it to federal …