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Sam Dieteman testifies in the trial of Dale Hausner in Judge Roland Steinle's Maricopa County Superior Courtroom in Phoenix. Jan. 6, 2009.
Judge Roland Steinle dealt with more juror trouble this morning when he told juror No. 18 to stop talking to himself during testimony.
Judge Roland Steinle said he planned to pull aside two jurors and give them a talkin’ to, one for napping and the other for adding whispered commentary during the trial. Both jurors are men sitting in the front row.
The eight-count murder trial for suspected Serial Shooter Dale Hausner will take place in the Valley after all.
A Superior Court judge effectively threw out the cases of nine men indicted in March in a massive illegal-gambling probe.
Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas was a no-show Friday at a hearing on emergency bugs and wiretaps he authorized in the Serial Shooter investigation.
A judge has appointed a Phoenix-area psychiatrist to examine a convicted serial killer who has asked to be executed quickly.
PHOENIX - A Sept. 3 trial date has been set in the Serial Shooter case but it remains unclear which of the two suspects will be tried first.
A judge has forbidden the news media from photographing two serial slaying suspects in court out of concern that they won’t receive a fair trial.
An Arizona serial killer says it's too stressful to appear in court on his request to skip further appeals so he can be executed quickly for six murders and other shootings that terrorized the Phoenix area several years ago.
Months remain until the trial of two Mesa men in the Serial Shooter killings, but their legal strategies were revealed Monday.
When Dale Hausner, a suspect in the Serial Shooter case, faces multiple murder charges later this year, jurors will be able to hear recordings in which he and his accomplice say they wanted to "kill 500."\
He rolled his eyes. He flailed his arms. He yelled. He cursed. He did everything but spit. Defense attorney Ken Everett did his best Tuesday to try to discredit a key witness in the case against his client, Serial Shooter suspect Dale Hausner.
PHOENIX - The first set of potential jurors in the trial of "Serial Shooter" suspect Dale Hausner has been whittled down to about 40 people, but hundreds more are expected to go through the initial vetting process in coming days.
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge expects to rule next week whether a man charged in the Valley's Serial Shooter case should stand trial in another county.
Two court rulings this month frustrated defense attorneys representing the Valley’s three suspected serial killers.
An Iraqi immigrant accused of killing his daughter because he believed she was too Westernized will go to trial in Phoenix after he failed to reach a plea deal with prosecutors.
Convicted serial killer Dale Hausner was sentenced to two consecutive life terms Monday, just days after receiving a half dozen death sentences.
The brother of convicted serial shooter and murderer Dale Hausner now is facing more prison time.
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge wants another hearing before he hands down a sentence against a Scottsdale man convicted of starving his three young children.
A Sept. 3 trial date has been set in the Serial Shooter case, but it remains unclear which of the two suspects will be tried first.
The defense lawyer for Serial Shooter suspect Dale Hausner on Tuesday blamed the deaths of eight people solely on his client's former friend whom he nicknamed "killer Sam."
An Iraqi immigrant was sentenced Friday to 34½ years in an Arizona prison for running over his 20-year-old daughter because she became too Westernized.
The ex-wife of Serial Shooter suspect Dale Hausner says her former husband drove her to the desert and threatened to kill her because she had dated another man while they were estranged.
A Scottsdale man accused of starving his three young children to the point where they were severely malnourished in 2005 could face probation or up to 16 years in prison.