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Steven Hayes

Steven Hayes
Suspect of in the July 2007 home invasion killings of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her two daughters, Hayley Petit, 17, and Michaela Petit, 11, in Cheshire, Conn.
Suspect of in the July 2007 home invasion killings of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her two daughters, Hayley Petit, 17, and Michaela Petit, 11, in Cheshire, Conn. « Show less

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  • Petit Trial Scheduled To Begin Today

    Petit Trial Scheduled To Begin Today
    Opening statements are expected today in Superior Court in the trial of Steven Hayes, one of two men charged in the July 2007 killings of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her two daughters, Hayley and Michaela, during a home invasion in Cheshire. Several members...
  • Witnesses Detail Tense Scenes At Bank, Home As Cheshire Trial Opens

    Witnesses Detail Tense Scenes At Bank, Home As Cheshire Trial Opens
    During an active and emotional first day of testimony in the Cheshire home-invasion case, a neighbor of the Petit family said Monday that he had just finished walking his dog the morning of July 23, 2007, when he got home and heard someone outside calling...
  • Sole Survivor Of Connecticut Home Invasion Testifies

    Sole Survivor Of Connecticut Home Invasion Testifies
    The sole survivor of a deadly home invasion described to a Connecticut jury Tuesday how a quiet, ordinary Sunday in 2007 suddenly turned violent. William Petit, whose wife and two daughters were killed in the July 23, 2007, home invasion, took the...
  • Petit Recalls Nighttime Attack On Family; 'If He Moves, Put 2 Bullets In Him'

    Yet another juror was excused from the Cheshire home-invasion trial this afternoon on a day that included dramatic testimony from Dr. William Petit Jr. describing the family's last hours together and the moment he woke up, bloodied and dazed, on the...
  • Cheshire Authorities Describe Grim Search For Bodies

    Cheshire Authorities Describe Grim Search For Bodies
    As the flames and heat subsided, emergency officials began learning just how horrific the crime scene was at 300 Sorghum Mill Drive in Cheshire on July 23, 2007. On the second floor, at the top of the stairs, was a body. " Hayley Petit," Cheshire...
  • Cheshire Trial Halted Over Concern For Hayes; No Testimony Friday Because Of Yom Kippur

    Cheshire Trial Halted Over Concern For Hayes; No Testimony Friday Because Of Yom Kippur
    The medical condition of Steven Hayes prompted yet another delay in his trial Thursday, halting testimony and frustrating at least one family member. Thomas J. Ullmann, a defense lawyer for Hayes, said the 47-year-old suspect in the killings of...
  • Police Sluggish Response Questioned In Deadly Home Invasion

    Police Sluggish Response Questioned In Deadly Home Invasion
    Jurors in a trial over a brutal Connecticut home invasion that resulted in two rapes, three murders and arson are in day four of testimony having seen evidence that led some of them to weep openly in court the day before. Haunting surveillance video and a...
  • Jurors in House of Horrors Trial Sickened by Evidence in the Case

    Jurors in House of Horrors Trial Sickened by Evidence in the Case
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- A juror on the panel that condemned a Connecticut man to death for a home invasion triple slaying said Tuesday they kept a picture of the victims in plain view during the deliberations. Jurors also said they had an emotional meeting...
  • Trial Of Steven Hayes Resumes Tuesday

    A trial of Steven Hayes, who faces three counts of murder, sexual assault and other charges following the July 2007 home invasion of the Petit family in Cheshire, will resume Tuesday. Hayes is charged, along with Joshua Komisarjevsky, with killing...
  • Now's Time For Real Debate On Death Penalty

    It didn't take long before someone brought up Dr. William Petit Jr. at a press conference calling for the abolition of the death penalty. It was inevitable. Even while families of murder victims spoke passionately about why they were against capital...
  • Second Cheshire Trial Will Be A Bigger Circus

    If we thought Steven Hayes' trial was a circus, the recent motions filed by lawyers representing his accomplice in the 2007 Cheshire killings show that the worst judicial theatrics haven't even begun. Just consider the first round of motions in Joshua...
  • Victims' Families Support Repeal Of Death Penalty

    For opponents of the death penalty, the timing probably couldn't be worse. One of the two men accused in one the most heinous crimes in state history, the murders of three members of the Petit family in Cheshire, has been convicted and the other is about...