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Sun StaffLawyers for sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad made a sweeping case against the death penalty in court papers unsealed yesterday, arguing that recent evidence of the executions of innocent men as well as the subjective application of capital punishment...
By A Sun Staff WriterLawyers for sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo filed motions yesterday in a Virginia court where the 17-year-old is scheduled to stand trial in November on capital murder charges in the death of an FBI analyst. Defense attorneys are asking Fairfax County...
Tags: Alabama, FBI, Punishment, Prosecution, Death Penalty
Sun StaffFALLS CHURCH, Va. - A woman was fatally shot last night in a parking lot outside a Home Depot store here, prompting police investigating a string of sniper killings to swarm the area and stop traffic on major roads in the hopes of capturing a gunman who...
Sun StaffContending that the Fairfax County, Va., prosecutors of teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo are receiving federal help, lawyers for Malvo indicated yesterday that they hope to obtain federal funds toward his capital murder defense. In a highly unusual...
Sun StaffFor Virginia Circuit Judge LeRoy F. Millette Jr., the unblinking attention of the nation's media and legions of curious onlookers that will accompany the first trial in last fall's sniper shootings are nothing new. A decade ago, just a month into his...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - Defense lawyers for sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo clashed with Virginia prosecutors yesterday over the admissibility of one of the most damning pieces of evidence against him: the teen-ager's confession, in which he reportedly laughed and...
Sun StaffCHESAPEAKE, Va. -- They seem an unlikely pair -- the courtly Richmond lawyer who can stretch his vowels into next week and the Bronx native who bottles up New York intensity in a voice often so flat and low that the judge reminds him to speak up. These...
Sun StaffCHESAPEAKE, Va. -- Nastiness and a desire for money -- not insanity -- drove Lee Boyd Malvo to kill person after person in a bloody sniper rampage in the Washington, D.C., area, one of Virginia's top prosecutors told jurors in a closing argument...
Sun StaffCHESAPEAKE, Va. - Defense lawyer Craig S. Cooley stood before the jurors who will decide a sentence for Lee Boyd Malvo and made a final plea yesterday for the convicted sniper's life, distilling three weeks of evidence into 30 minutes of eloquence. Then,...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - Lawyers for teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo lost a crucial fight yesterday when a judge ruled that nearly all of his confession - in which police said he laughed as he detailed killings - can be used in his capital murder trial here....
Associated PressFAIRFAX, Va. - Sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo willingly confessed to some of the shootings during a police interview last fall, laughing as he recalled shooting an FBI analyst in the head, prosecutors said in legal briefs made public yesterday. Malvo's...
Tags: Alabama, FBI, Prosecution, Death, Maryland
Sun StaffCHESAPEAKE, Va. -- Virginia prosecutors will open a second front today against the suspects in the Washington-area sniper attacks as they paint a picture of Jamaican-born teenager Lee Boyd Malvo as a chillingly unrepentant killer while his lawyers...
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