Man Who Killed Wife While High Gets 30 Year SentenceA Denver man who ate a pot edible and then shot and killed his wife in their Observatory Park home will spend 30 years in prison.
Man Who Ate Marijuana Candy Before Shooting, Killing Wife To Be SentencedThe man who shot and killed his wife after eating a marijuana edible will be sentenced Friday.
Man Pleads Guilty To Shooting Wife After Eating Marijuana EdibleA Denver man who ate a pot edible and then shot and killed his wife has reached a plea deal.
Trial Date Set For Man Charged With Killing His Wife While HighA Denver man accused of eating a pot edible he bought at a marijuana shop and then killing his wife will stand trial.
Mental Health Experts: More Time Needed To Examine Richard KirkThe state mental hospital says it needs more time to examine a Denver man, accused of eating marijuana-infused candy he bought at a legal pot shop and then killing his wife.
Edibles Lawsuit: Manufacturer Failed To Warn Of Side EffectsThe children of a man awaiting trial in the murder of his wife filed a lawsuit against him for negligence, but the lawsuit also goes after the maker and seller of those edibles.
Lawsuit Filed Against Edible Manufacturer Over Denver MurderThe young sons of a mother shot to death in denver's Observatory Park neighborhood are suing a marijuana edible manufacturer.
Doctor: Man Accused Of Killing Wife Was Delirious From PotA Colorado man accused of killing his wife after eating marijuana-infused candy he bought at a legal pot shop was experiencing psychotic-like symptoms due to the drug, a doctor wrote in recently filed court documents.
Lawyers Say Man Who Allegedly Shot Wife While On Pot Edibles Was InsaneRichard Kirk, 48, has changed his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity in the death of his wife.
Murder Suspect Changes Plea To Not Guilty By Reason Of InsanityA Denver man accused of eating marijuana-infused candy he bought at a legal pot shop and then killing his wife while she described her husband's erratic behavior on a 911 call has changed his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity.
Cellphone Records Allowed In Case Of Man Accused Of Murdering Wife After Eating Marijuana EdiblesEvidence was presented to a judge on Friday in preparation for the trial of a man who has been accused of murdering his wife after eating marijuana edibles, including cellphone records between the accused and the victim.
Family Says Low Domestic Violence Priority In Denver Contributed To Woman's DeathThe family of a woman beaten to death by her husband is claiming in a lawsuit that Denver police have a low priority for domestic violence calls.

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