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The jury watched video of the defendant’s initial interview in custody.
Two expert witnesses and an investigator testified on a busy Thursday of the trial.
His testimony continues from Tuesday.
A Yakutat police officer and Alaska State Trooper testified Tuesday.
She found the victim dead and called 911.
Potential jurors expressed qualms about COVID mitigation measures in place.
The Sixth Amendment gives all Americans the right to a speedy and public trial by jury.
The eight-week class was a regular event pre-pandemic.
His 2018 arrest turned up drugs, guns, and thousands in cash.
The former Juneau resident was indicted for five more felony charges early in June.
It was the first felony trial since the easing of the court’s pandemic measures.
The brutality of the crime was cited as reason for the stiff sentence.
Suspect pleaded guilty to killing his wife aboard ship in 2017.
The defendant claimed it was self-defense.
No ransom message received.
Authorities seek information about his location.
The alleged sexual assaults occurred while he worked at SEARHC
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The maximum penalty if convicted is 99 years imprisonment.
The indictment for the August fire came this March.