Maine Court to Hear Appeals 

Maine’s highest court is preparing to hear arguments on the appeals of two Maine men who are serving life terms in separate murders.The Maine Supreme Judicial Court is scheduled to hear an appeal from 61-year-old Ashton Moores of Bangor Wednesday.Moores was convicted last November of the 2007 murder and sexual assault of Christina Simonin in his Bangor apartment. He is appealing his conviction.The court will also hear the appeal of 46-year-old Richard Dwyer of Canton. Dwyer was convicted of robbing, raping, and murdering a pregnant co-worker and burying her body in a shallow grave in Lewiston in 2007.