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Sister of Teen on Trial for Killing Twin Brother Testifies He’s A “Peacemaker”

12:00AM
March
16, 2009

Money was a focus of Monday’s testimony in the murder trial of a Columbus teen accused of killing his twin brother last January. The teens’ sister tried to refute a possible motive presented by the prosecution.

Testimony Begins in Noe Trial

12:00AM
October
16, 2006

Testimony is underway in Toledo in the trial of coin dealer and GOP fundraiser Tom Noe.

McCoy no longer faces death penalty

12:00AM
May
10, 2005

Principals in the Central Ohio “Highway Shooter” case returned to legal square one today. Following a mistrial with a hung jury, the prosecution and the defense are preparing to try again.

Prosecutors and defense attorneys to decide next step in highway shooter case

12:00AM
May
9, 2005

A hearing is scheduled Tuesday in the case of 29 year old Charles McCoy, the man accused of a string of Highway Shootings in Central Ohio.

Highway shootings trial ends with hung jury

12:00AM
May
8, 2005

Jurors in the Columbus-area highway shootings case say they can’t reach a verdict and the judge has declared a mistrial Sunday. The judge and attorneys from both sides praised the jurors for their service before they were dismissed.

Weekend pressures loom for jury in highway shootings case

12:00AM
May
6, 2005

There’s still no sign if the jury in theColumbus-area highway shootings trial is close to a verdict.

Jury continues deliberations in highway shootings trial

12:00AM
May
5, 2005

Jurors this morning began their first full day of deliberations in the case against the man behind a string of highway shootings in the Columbus area.

Jury in McCoy Case Begins Deliberations

12:00AM
May
4, 2005

A Franklin County Common Pleas court jury will decide the fate of accused “Highway Shooter Charles McCoy. McCoy face a possible death penalty.

Prosecution Psychiatrist Says Shooter was Sane

12:00AM
May
3, 2005

The jury in the trial accused “Highway Shooter” Charles McCoy has now heard testimony from more than three dozen witnesses. And on the key point of the defendant’s sanity, the jury has conflicting testimony to sort through. W-O-S-U’s Tom Borgerding has been following the McCoy trial and has this report.

Defense Rests After Psychiatrist Testifies Charles McCoy Was Insane

12:00AM
May
2, 2005

The jury in the case of suspected Columbus highway shooter Charles McCoy, Junior listened to more than three hours of expert medical testimony. Psychiatrist Dr. Mark Mills told jurors McCoy was legally insane at the time of the highway shootings.