The murder trial had weeks of testimony about a broken marriage and a secret life in a comfortable Detroit suburb.
As the medical examiner detailed Jane’s brutal injuries, Bob Bashara shook his head and wiped away tears.
Nancy Bashara, said that her son asked her to put jewelry and coins into their joint safe deposit box and that she never looked in the bag. It was later found out, the box contained a gun.
Jim Wilson spoke in court Monday morning and said that he and Bashara used to smoke marijuana and do cocaine while on the golf course at Lochmoor Country Club.
A Grosse Pointe Park man accused of arranging his wife’s murder has been arraigned on first-degree murder and other charges.
A pre-trial hearing for Joseph Gentz, which was scheduled for Friday, has been postponed until Dec. 21.
St. Clair Shores handyman Joseph Gentz has pleaded not guilty and will stand trial in early January for the death of Grosse Pointe Park marketing executive Jane Bashara.
Bob Bashara pleaded guilty as charged to solicitation to murder Joe Gentz, the man accused of killing Bashara’s wife.
Months after being charged, a Detroit-area handyman is returning to court for a key hearing in the death of a suburban marketing executive.
A Wayne County Judge has denied Bob Bashara’s request to have his $15 million bond lowered.