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.
Jury selection has started for Denver’s first death penalty case in 14 years. Dexter Lewis is accused of fatally stabbing five people at a bar in October 2012.
Two brothers are headed to prison for their role in the killings of five people at a Denver bar that authorities say was then set on fire in an attempted cover-up.
For the first time since 1999, prosecutors in Denver are seeking the death penalty.
Two men charged in a deadly rampage at a Denver bar last fall pleaded guilty on Tuesday.
The five people who were found dead inside a Denver bar last month were stabbed to death.
The question of whether a crime scene was accessible before it should have been could play a role into an arson homicide case that left five people dead and three suspects in jail.
Three men suspected in the murders of five people in a Denver bar that was set ablaze have been formally charged.