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.
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.
A man accused of killing an armored-truck courier has been found guilty in federal court and could face a death sentence. Thirty-seven-year-old Timothy O’Reilly was convicted Tuesday on six counts including murder and bank robbery.
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 […]