Attorney Greg Isaacs and Robin Owens make comments to members of the media after learning that Norman Eugene Clark will be retried for the murder of Brittany Eldridge and her unborn son, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2016. (AMY SMOTHERMAN BURGESS/NEWS SENTINEL)
If her diary was any indication, Brittany Eldridge was a woman in torment.
Norman Eugene Clark,
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The state has a big task at hand in the Norman Clark retrial. Prosecutors are trying to convince 12 jurors that Clark is a killer.
They say he’s the only person with a motive to kill Brittany Eldridge: she was having a baby that he didn’t want and it was a threat to his freedom.
On the other hand, the defense is advancing an argument that Eldridge’s death was a burglary gone bad, a narrative that was put to the test in day four of the retrial.
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“Unfortunately I think I’m going to have to take him to court to get any help from him financially,” Assistant DA Leslie Nassios read an entry from
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SAVANNAH, Tenn. — Blood collected from a carport at the home of a slain Tennessee nursing student matched the woman’s DNA, a crime scene investigator said Tuesday.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Lawrence James testified on the second day of Zachary Adams’s trial in Savannah. Adams has pleaded not guilty to kidnapping, raping and killing Holly Bobo, who was 20 when she disappeared from her home in Parsons on April 13, 2011.
Her remains were found 3 ½ years later in woods not far from her home in Decatur County, about 100 miles southwest of Nashville.
The trial began Monday. Bobo’s family members gave emotional testimony on the first day. Her mother Karen Bobo sobbed and collapsed on the stand.
Bobo’s brother testified Monday that he saw his sister and a man in the carport before they walked together into woods next to the family’s
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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – A former medical examiner is testifying for the defense Friday in the murder trial of a South Florida man accused of killing his girlfriend.
Richard Patterson, 65, of Margate, is charged with second-degree murder in the choking death of his girlfriend, Francisca Marquinez, 60, in 2015.
Patterson’s attorney claims his client accidentally choked Marquinez during oral sex. To prove it, attorney Ken Padowitz wants a Broward County judge to allow Patterson to show his penis to the jury.
Before Judge Lisa Porter makes her decision, she first wanted to hear testimony from Dr. Ronald Wright, a former Broward County medical examiner.
The prosecution rested its case Thursday after jurors heard testimony from Patterson’s daughter, his ex-girlfriend, an associate medical examiner who performed Marquinez’s autopsy and a crime scene investigator.
Wright said he agreed with the assessment of associate medical examiner Iouri Boiko, who said the manner of death was inconclusive because of
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Chan is accused of firing 10 gunshots at Jeremy Martin in 2014., also a Santa Fe County sheriff’s deputy, during a drunken fight on the hotel’s seventh floor.
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LAS CRUCES – A crime-scene expert testified Wednesday on the sequence of a struggle and 10 ensuing gunshots the night ex-Santa Fe County Deputy Tai Chan fatally shot fellow Deputy Jeremy Martin at a Las Cruces hotel
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BASS LAKE — In the fifth day of testimony in the George Taylor-Windsor murder trial in Bass Lake Superior Court, the jury heard from the crime scene investigator, one of the detectives who investigated the killing, and the man who survived multiple stab wounds during the attack.
Taylor-Windsor, 26, is charged with murder in the death of Jessica Nelson, 23, of Foresthill, Calif., and with attempted murder in the stabbing of Reid Kallenberg. Taylor-Windsor is claiming self-defense after being stabbed with a syringe and having a gun pointed at him.
The incident took place on Nov. 15, 2016, on Highway 41 just north of Oakhurst, in Kallenberg’s Ford F250 pickup.
Daniela Romero is an Identification Technician with the Madera County Sheriff’s Office. She took photos and measurements and documented the evidence in the Ford F-250 pickup on Nov. 21, in the secured yard
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Injuries sustained by Debra Robertson were apparently worse than victims who have suffered injures from an improvised explosive device or an IED.
These statements came from Steve Whitmarsh, a family physician at the Air Force Academy who testified on Friday during the Steven Whitt Trial.
Whitmarsh was and is Robertson’s family doctor, including at the time Robertson was allegedly attacked by her now ex-husband Steven Whitt.
Whitt, 54, allegedly hit Robertson over the head with two large stones on June 29, 2015.
He is facing charges of attempted second-degree murder and having a sexual relationship with his stepdaughter.
Whitmarsh said the injury Robertson sustained from the alleged
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