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Defense attorneys wrapped up their arguments in the second phase in Denver’s death penalty case Thursday morning.
A Denver jury is hearing more details about the abusive childhood of a man facing the death penalty for killing five people in a botched bar robbery.
Closing arguments are expected on Wednesday morning in the Dexter Lewis trial. He is on trial for allegedly stabbing five people to death in a Denver bar during a botched robbery attempt.
A key witness in a death penalty case in Denver has refused to testify.
Opening statements began Monday in the murder trial of Dexter Lewis, who is charged with stabbing five people to death in a Denver bar, marking the start of a rare death penalty case in Denver.
Opening statements begin Monday in Denver’s first death penalty case in 14 years.
If convicted he’ll be the first person to face the death penalty in Denver in years, and one day after the district attorney announced his decision in the case of Dexter Lewis, experts are skeptical a Denver jury would go along the capital punishment.
For the first time since 1999, prosecutors in Denver are seeking the death penalty.
Denver prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty against the final man accused of killing five people at a Denver bar during a robbery and setting a fire to cover it up.
The final man accused of killing five people at a Denver bar during a robbery appears in court Thursday.