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Pam Hupp's lawyers win delay in her murder trial

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Pam Hupp asks for new delay in murder trial

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Man who provoked judge into obscene exchange found competent for murder trial

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Testimony continues in murder trial of former security guard

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Pam Hupp wants murder trial delayed

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Video Enhancement Expert Testifies In Kate Steinle Murder Trial

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Arson-murder trial jury to view house where firefighter died

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Kate Steinle murder trial: No verdict after second day of deliberations
Closing arguments end in the murder trial of Kate Steinle Steinle's death in July 2015 became a major issue in the immigration debate (CNN)Jurors failed to reach a verdict Wednesday after the second day of deliberations in the trial of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, who is accused of the July 2015 killing of Kate Steinle in a case that became a rallying point in a national debate over immigration policy   Read More ...
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The Latest: No verdict yet in San Francisco pier shooting
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Latest on the San Francisco pier shooting murder trial (all times local): Jurors have concluded a second day of deliberations without reaching a verdict in the murder trial of a man charged with killing a woman two years ago on a San Francisco pier. The jury got the case Tuesday after prosecutors and defense attorneys argued whether Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, a Mexican national, killed Kate Steinle in a freak accident or was a calculated murderer playing a sick game   Read More ...
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The Latest: No verdict yet in San Francisco pier shooting
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The Latest on the San Francisco pier shooting murder trial (all times local): Jurors have concluded a second day of deliberations without reaching a verdict in the murder trial of a man charged with killing a woman two years ago on a San Francisco pier. The jury got the case Tuesday after prosecutors and defense attorneys argued whether Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, a Mexican national, killed Kate Steinle in a freak accident or was a calculated murderer playing a sick game   Read More ...
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Jurors break for Thanksgiving holiday in Kate Steinle murder trial
The jury in the Kate Steinle murder trial has gone home until after the Thanksgiving holiday.   Read More ...
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Jury continues to deliberate in Kate Steinle murder trial
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Jury deliberations under way in Kate Steinle murder trial
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No verdict in SF after day 1 of deliberations in Kate Steinle murder trial
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- At 11:38 Tuesday morning, the jury in the Kate Steinle murder trial was escorted out of the courtroom to begin deliberations. What did they do first? They went to lunch. This afternoon they will select a foreperson and begin deciding the fate of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, the man accused of shooting Steinle last July 1, 2015 on Pier 14   Read More ...
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Politically charged murder trial of Mexican immigrant goes to jury
(Reuters) - A San Francisco jury on Tuesday was deliberating the fate of a Mexican man accused of murdering a woman while illegally in the United States in a case that President Donald Trump has cited in urging tighter borders and a crackdown on “sanctuary cities.” Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, also known as Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, said he shot Kate Steinle by accident on a pier in San Francisco on July 1, 2015   Read More ...
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Jury begins deliberations in Kate Steinle murder trial
The jury has begun deliberations in the trial of the man accused of killing Kate Steinle.   Read More ...
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STEINLE TRIAL: Closing arguments to continue at the Kate Steinle murder trial
Closing arguments to continue at the Kate Steinle murder trial.   Read More ...
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Nicole Finn Files Motion to Keep Some Evidence Out of Murder Trial
POLK COUNTY, Iowa – A West Des Moines mother accused of killing her 16-year-old adopted daughter is asking a judge to keep some evidence from being used during her murder trial. Nicole Finn faces several charges related to the death of Natalie Finn — including first degree murder. The teen was found unresponsive and not breathing on the floor of a bare room at her family’s home in October of 2016   Read More ...
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WATCH: Closing arguments in former security guard’s murder trial
WATCH: Closing arguments in former security guard’s murder trial WATCH: Closing arguments in former security guard’s murder trial ORLANDO, Fla. — Closing arguments will be made Tuesday in Stephen Duxbury’s murder trial. Duxbury, a former security guard is accused of killing Sasha Samsudean, who lived in the apartment complex where he worked. The state on Monday called a DNA expert with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, who had to explain and re-explain some of the processes he used in this case to test whether Duxbury's DNA was found at the scene   Read More ...
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Judge in Kate Steinle murder trial instructs jury on deliberation process
The judge in the Kate Steinle murder trial told the members of the jury, "You are the sole judges of the evidence. We're almost there."   Read More ...
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Kate Steinle Murder Trial Closing Arguments Set To Begin
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — With a first degree murder verdict on the table, jurors were set to being hearing closing arguments Monday in the Kate Steinle murder case — a slaying that triggered a national debate on immigration and Sanctuary Cities. Late last week, Judge James Feng agreed to allow jurors to consider a variety of verdicts including first degree murder   Read More ...
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Murder trial in Patrick Wolterman's arson death set to resume
HAMILTON, Ohio (AP) — Attorneys are ready to resume their defense of an Ohio homeowner and his nephew charged in a 2015 house arson that resulted in a firefighter's death. Prosecutors say homeowner Lester Parker solicited nephew William "Billy" Tucker to set the fire that led to the death of Hamilton firefighter Patrick Wolterman. The firefighter fell through a floor of the burning home   Read More ...
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Murder trial in Ohio firefighter's arson death set to resume
HAMILTON, Ohio — Attorneys are ready to resume their defense of an Ohio homeowner and his nephew charged in a 2015 house arson that resulted in a firefighter's death. Prosecutors say homeowner Lester Parker solicited nephew William "Billy" Tucker to set the fire that led to the death of Hamilton firefighter Patrick Wolterman. The firefighter fell through a floor of the burning home   Read More ...
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Murder trial in Ohio firefighter's arson death set to resume
HAMILTON, Ohio (AP) - Attorneys are ready to resume their defense of an Ohio homeowner and his nephew charged in a 2015 house arson that resulted in a firefighter's death. Prosecutors say homeowner Lester Parker solicited nephew William "Billy" Tucker to set the fire that led to the death of Hamilton firefighter Patrick Wolterman. The firefighter fell through a floor of the burning home   Read More ...
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Murder trial in Ohio firefighter's arson death set to resume
HAMILTON, Ohio (AP) — Attorneys are ready to resume their defense of an Ohio homeowner and his nephew charged in a 2015 house arson that resulted in a firefighter's death. Prosecutors say homeowner Lester Parker solicited nephew William "Billy" Tucker to set the fire that led to the death of Hamilton firefighter Patrick Wolterman. The firefighter fell through a floor of the burning home   Read More ...
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Murder trial in Ohio firefighter's arson death set to resume
HAMILTON, Ohio – Attorneys are ready to resume their defense of an Ohio homeowner and his nephew charged in a 2015 house arson that resulted in a firefighter's death. Prosecutors say homeowner Lester Parker solicited nephew William "Billy" Tucker to set the fire that led to the death of Hamilton firefighter Patrick Wolterman. The firefighter fell through a floor of the burning home   Read More ...
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STEINLE TRIAL: What to expect during final arguments in the Kate Steinle murder trial
What to expect during final arguments in the Kate Steinle murder trial.   Read More ...
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Man found guilty of murdering 3 friends at home in Woodland, Wash
VANCOUVER, Wash. – Jurors found Brent Luyster guilty on all charges Thursday for killing three people and shooting a fourth person in the face at a home in Woodland, Washington last summer. Luyster was found guilty of 3 counts of aggravated murder, 1 count attempted murder and 2 counts of unlawful possession of a weapon. Families of the victims filled the courtroom, crying tears of joy and relief as the verdict was read   Read More ...
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Courthouse dog helps young girl testify against uncle in murder trial
The now 12-year-old still visits the facility dog regularly Courthouse dog helps young girl testify against uncle in murder trial The now 12-year-old still visits the facility dog regularly WEBVTT COUNTY.REPORTER: IN 2014, 42-YEAR-OLDSTEVEN BRAESCH WAS SENTENCED TOLIFE IN PRISON FOR MURDERING HISFATHER IN FRONT OF HIS THREEYOUNG NIECES.ONE OF THOSE GIRLS HAD TO TAKETHE WITNESS STAND TO TESTIFYAGAINST HER UNCLE, BUT SHEDIDN'T HAVE TO DO IT ALONE   Read More ...
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Pam Hupp wins delay in her murder trial
ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. – Pam Hupp’s own attorney said Hupp preferred keeping the April trial date. However, the defense counselor said Hupp understands the need to make sure they’re ready for trial and that she did not object to asking for a delay. So the judge allowed it. Hupp faces a first-degree murder charge, which came after her August 2016 arrest   Read More ...
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Duxbury's Google search history takes center stage in Samsudean murder trial
The former security guard accused of killing Sasha Samsudean was back in court on Friday. Friday, prosecutors used Stephen Duxbury's Google search history against him. State prosecutors brought in digital experts who testified that Duxbury Googled an article on how to defeat door locks and open them without leaving damage. The same experts said at 5:12 a.m., the morning Samsudean was murdered, she sent a text that simply said Ben, implying she heard someone at the door   Read More ...
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Defense rebuffs wife's testimony in murder trial
The eyewitness, San Juana Pompa, wife of the slain man, had testified Wednesday that she had seen the two suspects' faces when her husband, Antonio Gonzalez, was shot to death during a home invasion. But Fausto Sosa, attorney for Alexis Guzman, said Pompa told police after the slaying that she had only seen the shooter's face. In a later interview with police, she identified Guzman's co-defendant, Rogelio Peña III, as the shooter in a photo lineup   Read More ...
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Jury returns guilty verdict in 2011 carjacking murder in Waukegan
One of two men charged in the 2011 carjacking and fatal shooting of a 44-year-old Waukegan resident was found guilty on three counts of first-degree murder Friday by a Lake County jury. Kerwin Murry, 28, of Waukegan was found guilty on counts that included murder during commission of a robbery, but the jury also found that the state did not prove he fired the gun that killed Carlos Hernandez in December of 2011   Read More ...
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Pamela Hupp murder trial delayed again
ST. CHARLES, Mo. (AP) — A judge has agreed to once again push back the trial date for a St. Louis-area woman accused of fatally shooting a man to shift attention away from herself in another killing. A new trial date for Pamela Hupp will be set within 10 days. Hupp is accused of killing 33-year-old Louis Gumpenberger at her O'Fallon home in 2016   Read More ...
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Pam Hupp's lawyers win delay in her murder trial
ST. CHARLES COUNTY • A judge here on Friday postponed the murder trial of Pam Hupp, accused of fatally shooting a disabled man last year. A new date will be set within 10 days. It was the second delay granted for the defense, which is common in murder cases, let alone cases where the prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. The trial was originally set for Oct   Read More ...
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Pam Hupp asks for new delay in murder trial
ST. CHARLES, Mo. _The request from murder suspect Pam Hupp`s lawyers to delay her trial a second time will likely come up during a court hearing today. FOX 2's Chris Regnier is live in St. Charles with a preview of the hearing.   Read More ...
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Judge Again Nixes Moving Nicole Finn Murder Trial; Jury Survey Begins Friday
DES MOINES, Iowa – A judge has, for the second time, denied the change of venue motion for a West Des Moines woman accused of killing her adoptive daughter. At a hearing Thursday in Polk County the judge in Nicole Finn’s murder trial denied the motion, but did not close the door entirely on the case being moved. Judge Karen Romano is allowing the survey of 300 potential jurors to begin Friday in an attempt to find enough impartial jurors to hear Finn’s case   Read More ...
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Former Mesa police officer's murder trial: What we know
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Verdict in Kim Jong Nam murder trial likely to be next year
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Lawyers say the verdict in the Malaysian trial of two women accused of killing the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader likely won't come until the second quarter of next year. Prosecutors on Thursday wrapped up another week in the trial which started in early October. Indonesian Siti Aisyah and Doan Thi Huong of Vietnam pleaded not guilty to murdering Kim Jong Nam with VX nerve agent at the Kuala Lumpur airport   Read More ...
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Verdict in Kim Jong Nam murder trial likely to be next year
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Lawyers say the verdict in the Malaysian trial of two women accused of killing the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader likely won't come until the second quarter of next year. Prosecutors on Thursday wrapped up another week in the trial which started in early October. Indonesian Siti Aisyah and Doan Thi Huong of Vietnam pleaded not guilty to murdering Kim Jong Nam with VX nerve agent at the Kuala Lumpur airport   Read More ...
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Mesa homicide detective testifies in Philip Brailsford's murder trial
The murder trial for ex-Mesa Police officer Philip Brailsford continued on Wednesday. Brailsford is accused of killing Daniel Shaver, an unarmed hotel guest, while on the job. On Wednesday, a Mesa homicide detective gave some potentially damaging testimony that could hurt the defense. Detective Paul Sipe was assigned to investigate the deadly shooting. In addition to bodycam video from two officers, each officer that was present during the shooting must write up their reports of what happened, and the details that led to the shooting   Read More ...
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Man who provoked judge into obscene exchange found competent for murder trial
After a temporary declaration in April of being unfit for trial, a Floyd County jail inmate accused of murder is heading to trial, the Rome News-Tribune reported. Denver Fenton Allen was found fit and competent by a jury that deliberated more than an hour Tuesday, the newspaper reported. Allen is accused of beating fellow inmate Stephen Rudolph Nalley to death at the Floyd County Jail in August 2015   Read More ...
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Huntington murder trial reset to 2018
HUNTINGTON - A trial against a Detroit man accused of shooting to death a man in 2016 has been postponed to next year in Cabell County. Brandon Lamar "Louie" McCauley, 24, was charged with murder in January in the February 2016 fatal shooting of 57-year-old Lawrence Sykes in the 1300 block of Marcum Terrace. Sykes, of Huntington, was shot multiple times   Read More ...
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Testimony continues in murder trial of former security guard
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Testimony will continue Wednesday in the murder trial of a former security guard accused of a killing woman in her downtown Orlando apartment. Opening statements were made Tuesday afternoon in the case against Stephen Duxbury. Duxbury’s accused of killing Sasha Samsudean, who was found strangled to death in her bed on Oct. 17, 2015. The state said Duxbury was supposed to protect all residents of the Uptown Place apartments, including Samsudean   Read More ...
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Defense seeks to strike testimony in Kate Steinle murder trial
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Nicole Finn Makes Second Attempt to Move Murder Trial
DES MOINES, Iowa – A West Des Moines woman accused of killing her adoptive daughter is again asking a judge to move her trial out of Polk County. Nicole Finn is charged with first degree murder, child endangerment resulting in death, first degree kidnapping, child endangerment-serious injury, and neglect or abandonment of a dependent person. Officials say she and her ex-husband are responsible for the death of 16-year-old Natalie Finn   Read More ...
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Brazil resumes murder trial in Samarco mining disaster
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - A court in Brazil decided on Monday to resume criminal proceedings, including consideration of murder charges, related to the 2015 Samarco mine disaster, throwing out a challenge from two defendants claiming that evidence was illegally collected. Vale SA and BHP Billiton Ltd, joint owners of the Samarco iron mine, are part of a group that includes 22 people and two other companies that stand accused of crimes related to a tailing dam that burst   Read More ...
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