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Sun StaffMANASSAS, Va. - Sniper suspects John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo came face to face in a Virginia courtroom yesterday, looking each other in the eye for the first time since they were charged nearly a year ago in a spate of killings that terrified...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. -- The Jamaican teen-ager charged in the sniper slayings that sent fear through the Washington region made his first public court appearance Friday, where prosecutors revealed evidence linking him to three of the shooting sites in Virginia...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, VA. -Prosecutors offered the first details yesterday of their capital murder case against sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo, using forensic evidence and a widower's heartrending testimony to argue that the teen-ager should be tried as an adult -...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - Attorneys for sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo scored a legal win yesterday when they persuaded a judge to turn over to them any statements that the teen-ager has made to authorities about two killings last fall in Virginia. Defense...
Tags: FBI, News Media, Health, Litigation, Murder
Sun StaffVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - As a dozen relatives of his victims held hands and wept behind him, John Allen Muhammad was found guilty of capital murder yesterday for using a teen-age boy and a beat-up Chevrolet to spread terror and take 10 lives in the...
Daily PressEvery time John Allen Muhammad is ushered into the courtroom, there is near silence. The only noise comes from the rustling of reporter's notebooks. Or the creak of the bailiffs' leather gun belts. Or the soft hum of the air conditioning system, which...
Sun StaffA federal judge in Baltimore indicated yesterday that he would make public much of the sealed juvenile record of sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo. Meanwhile, the 17-year-old's Virginia lawyers are expected to ask a judge today for permission to hire, in...
Tags: FBI, Litigation, Prosecution, Justice System, Trials
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - A judge yesterday refused to allow teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo to request hiring expert witnesses and investigators in secret, ruling that the requests must be made in open court. In a long-shot request for a "level playing...
Tags: FBI, Litigation, Murder, Justice System, Prosecution
Daily PressJohn Allen Muhammad began Monday by sitting at the end of the defense table, his lawyers taking up most of the space. By the time court concluded for the day, the sniper defendant was sitting in the middle of the table, representing himself during his...
Tags: Health and Safety at School, Crimes, Politics, Lawyers, Murder
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