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Sun StaffFederal authorities said Thursday that the Army veteran and Jamaican teen-ager accused in the sniper slayings that terrorized the Washington area for weeks will stand trial first in Virginia, bypassing the state most closely identified with the attacks...
Sun StaffVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Attorneys began the lengthy task yesterday of whittling down the jury pool in the case of serial sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad and selected the first batch of potential jurors, who faced a battery of questions on issues...
Tags: Punishment, Lawyers, Justice System, Trials, Prosecution
Sun National StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - A Circuit Court judge refused yesterday to eliminate the prospect of a death sentence for teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo, the younger in a pair of men accused in a three-week shooting rampage that left 10 people dead in the...
Tags: Teen-agers, Punishment, Diplomacy, Justice System, Human Rights
Sun National StaffMANASSAS, Va. - Lawyers for sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad withdrew a request yesterday that their client be tried by a judge instead of a jury, and the judge in the case said he would consider moving the trial elsewhere in Virginia to ensure a fair...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - A judge denied yesterday a request by teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo's lawyers for an accounting of all prosecution expenditures, which the defense argued would help them seek federal dollars to defend their client. Defense...
Sun StaffOctober 2 A 55-year-old man becomes the sniper's first victim when he is killed by a single bullet around 6 p.m. in a grocery parking lot in Montgomery County. Earlier, a bullet is fired through a Michael's craft store window; no one is hit. October 3...
Sun StaffRICHMOND, Va. - Desperate to continue a cryptic dialogue they've established with the serial sniper stalking the Washington region, police urged the killer yesterday to contact them again - specifically, in response to a threatening letter he wrote...
Sun StaffLawyers for sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad appear ready to use a mental health defense to save their client from the death penalty if he is convicted, according to court papers unsealed yesterday. The attorneys' official notice of whether they intend...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. -- Lawyers for sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo will present an insanity defense at the teen-ager's trial next month, contending that Malvo was brainwashed by his alleged accomplice, John Allen Muhammad, and could not tell right from wrong....
Sun StaffVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - The job of keeping John Allen Muhammad alive, should he be convicted in last year's Washington-area sniper attacks, has become more difficult after his refusal to speak to the prosecution's psychiatrist, legal experts said yesterday....
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - Over the repeated objections of defense lawyers, a Fairfax County judge set a Nov. 10 trial date yesterday for teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo, who could face the death penalty if convicted in the slaying of an FBI analyst outside...
Sun StaffWhen Attorney General John Ashcroft selected two Virginia prosecutors yesterday to hold the first trials in the Washington-area sniper attacks, he chose veteran lawyers well-acquainted with the death penalty and high-profile cases. Robert F. Horan, the...
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