A judge said Tuesday that she will consider whether a suburban Detroit man charged in the strangulation of his wife should be allowed to use a laptop computer in jail to review legal documents.
Grosse Pointe Park businessman Bob Bashara has pleaded not guilty in the death of his wife, Jane, found strangled last year.
The day after his wife Jane Bashara’s lifeless body was stuffed in her car in a Detroit alley, Bob Bashara called her to make sure she — and the other woman they were courting to join their relationship as a threesome — didn’t contact him directly.
In her father’s murder-for-hire preliminary examination in Wayne County Circuit Court, Jessica Bashara also revealed the family was well aware of some of her father’s dirty secrets.
Testimony earlier in the day focused on the grisly details of Jane’s violent death by strangulation before her body was found inside her car abandoned in a Detroit alley Jan. 24, 2012, in a case that rocked tony Grosse Pointe.
One of the metro Detroit area’s most notorious murder cases returns to the spotlight Monday when Bob Bashara appears before a judge in 36th District Court.
Lurid details about the secret life of a Grosse Pointe Park businessman may be used in the murder case against him.
Reprimanded by the judge, Joe Gentz swiftly changed his mind and was returned to prison.
Linked to a notorious murder, Bob Bashara’s Grosse Pointe Park home has been sold.
A key hearing has been rescheduled for a Grosse Pointe Park man accused of arranging his wife’s slaying.