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Brydson, who was testifying yesterday at Kartel's murder trial in the Home Circuit Court, said the tests confirmed it was human blood, belonging to a male. DNA tests were conducted on was a swab of blood, allegedly taken from the living room of the
Auckland [ change ] Showers Max 24° Min 17° Day two of Christchurch murder trial Annette Lunn, Newstalk ZB December 3, 2013, 5:10 am Day two of a Christchurch murder trial will get underway at the High Court this morning. Helen Milner is charged with
A juror in the murder trial of a Utah doctor says Martin MacNeill's heartless behavior in the aftermath of his wife's death suggested he left her to die in a bathtub. Stuart Lewis tells the Deseret News (http://bit.ly/175pwYY ) there were too many
That's what federal prosecutors believe happened, according to a new court filing by Graham's defense team. "In support of this new theory, the government is awaiting DNA test results being run on a piece of cloth found on a shoal in the river in the
Resident Judge Thomas Tedeschi appointed new attorneys for Donald A. Lee, 39, accused in the shooting death of Brittany Marie (Wallace) Andrews, 23, of Bonnie and reset the trial until October. Benton police officers were called to the parking lot of
But after listening carefully to the news clip, 4th District Judge Derek Pullan denied the motion, saying "it would have presented no new information" to the jury.
News The Santa Barbara County District Attorney says a jury found a Lompoc man guilty of first degree murder with a gang enhancement. Charles Owens shot and killed Michael Spradling in an alley in June of 2007. The case originally went cold, but a
The inmates were housed in federal prison with Martin MacNeill while he was serving time for a previous ID fraud conviction.
Defense attorney Randy Spencer spent about two hours Thursday morning drilling Somers regarding inconsistencies between her testimony the day before and previous statements she made to investigators or during her testimony at the preliminary hearing
The inadvertent mention of a defendant's criminal history caused a delay Wednesday in the murder trial of Timothy Leshan Robinson and Dana Michael Kessler as defense attorneys asked Muscogee Superior Court Judge William Rumer to declare a mistrial.