Judge To Hold Hearing In Bob Bashara's Bid For New TrialThe 57-year-old, known as "Master Bob," says attorneys didn't do enough to prevent him from a first-degree murder conviction and a life sentence.
Convicted Killer Bob Bashara Wants New Trial, Says Wife 'Gave Permission' For BDSM LifestyleThe Grosse Pointe Park man says his bondage-laden sex life was unfairly put on display before a jury found him guilty of his wife's murder.
Hearing Granted For Bob Bashara In Connection With 2014 Murder ConvictionThe Grosse Pointe Park businessman who was sentenced to life in prison in the murder of his wife is asking for a new trial.
Labyrinth Being Dedicated In Memory Of Jane BasharaA labyrinth is being dedicated in memory of Jane Bashara, a suburban Detroit woman who was strangled three years ago.
Bob Bashara Sentenced To Life In Prison Without Parole: 'I Had Absolutely Nothing To Do With My Wife's Death'He told Judge Vonda Evans, "I loved my Jane dearly."
Speaking Before Sentencing, Bob Bashara Tells Judge His Trial Was Unfair"Even....Charlie Langton — a legal analyst — made a comment saying, and I quote, they made a monster of me."
Bashara Handyman Joe Gentz Returns To Court After Refusing To TestifyProsecutors said Bashara wanted his wife out of the way so he could have a life of bondage and domination with women who called him "Master Bob."
Metro Detroit's Top News Stories Of 2014; Pregnant Woman Killed On Lodge, Mob Beating, Mummified Body, And MoreSay what you will about Detroit, it's never boring.
Bob Bashara Found Guilty Of Murder, Conspiracy For Ordering Wife's DeathTestimony about dungeons, whippings and sex parties peppered the 10-week trial.
Briefly Declared 'Medically Unfit' For Trial, Bob Bashara To Return To Court For Deliberations Thursday"There are so many delays, the jury may forget the facts."
Jury Sent Home With Bob Bashara Out SickJurors were sent home early on day three of deliberations in the Bob Bashara murder trial.
Judge Denies Bashara Jury Testimony Transcripts, Legal DictionaryA judge has turned down several requests from jurors deliberating the fate of a Grosse Pointe Park man charged with arranging his wife’s murder.