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The state Supreme Court has ruled that King County prosecutors can seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing a Seattle police officer. In a unanimous ruling on Thursday, the high court overturned a February King County Superior Court
Justices, in their ruling , ordered the trials of Michele Anderson and Joseph McEnroe to proceed. If convicted in King County Superior Court, the two could be sentenced to death. The King County prosecuting attorney followed the statutory
But Christopher Monfort, despite having spent more than three years in jail, is not bothering to look out the King County Courthouse windows. He stares vacantly at the floor, stiffly twists his long upper body to whisper to his attorney, and resumes
On Monday, attorneys for accused Seattle cop killer Christopher Monfort said they will rely on an insanity defense in the hope of preventing their client from receiving the death penalty. They officially filed notice of such a defense on February 1.
Christopher Monfort's lawyers have notified King County Superior Court that he will plead not guilty by reason of insanity. Monfort, 42, is facing the death penalty if he's convicted of the ambush slaying of Brenton. With respect to the charges, Mr.
Snow in the passes Monfort to get TV congressional candidates trade barbs Posted by John de Leon Weather: There's a 50-percent chance of showers today and tonight. Highs today and tomorrow will be around 50. Snoqualmie and Stevens passes are getting
I'm a 75-year-old taxpayer, and I resent having taxpayer money spent like that. The money would have been better spent on feeding and caring for poor and homeless people.
Our system of justice is truly broken when the defense of obviously guilty murderers is being handled as though they might be innocent. There is no diminished capacity here; they knew what they were doing. Congratulations to The Seattle Times for
The Blotter The Times' criminal justice team looks behind the scenes and behind the headlines...Monfort, 42, remained silent as his legal team and prosecutors told Judge Ronald Kessler they had agreed the case should not return to court until late
Prominent lawyer charged with DUI Prominent Seattle lawyer Anne Bremner has been charged with driving under the influence. The Seattle Times reports the charge was filed Wednesday in King County District Court in Shoreline, north of Seattle...Bremner