A man convicted in the murder of an armored truck-courier dodged the federal death penalty Wednesday and will serve life in prison after jurors in Detroit failed to unanimously agree on the harsher punishment.
A jury in Detroit will Wednesday begin discussing a possible federal death sentence for a man convicted of murder during a bank robbery.
A U.S. District Court jury in Detroit is hearing final arguments Tuesday in a federal death penalty case.
Emotional testimony Thursday in Detroit as the federal government winds up its case seeking the death penalty for convicted murderer Timothy O’Reilly.
Lawyers for a convicted killer will begin presenting their case against the death penalty for the slaying of an armored-truck employee in suburban Detroit.
Jurors considering the federal death penalty for the convicted killer of an armored-truck courier heard emotional recollections from the victim’s family on Tuesday as prosecutors approached the end of their case.
Jurors in Detroit who convicted a man in the fatal shooting of an armored-truck courier will now decide whether he lives or dies.
Jurors in Detroit have heard closing arguments in a federal trial that could lead to a death sentence for a man accused of killing an armored-truck courier.
Closing arguments are scheduled in a federal court trial in Michigan that could lead to a death sentence for a California man accused of murdering an armored-truck courier.
Jurors have heard opening statements in a murder trial that could lead to a rare federal death sentence in Detroit. Timothy O’Reilly is charged with killing an armored truck employee in 2001 while the victim […]