Cheshire home invasion
Connecticut lab officials say blood samples turned up no alcohol or illegal drugs in the two men charged with a gruesome home invasion that left a woman and her two daughters dead.
The trial of a Connecticut man charged with a brutal home invasion that left a woman and her two daughters dead is resuming.
A doctor whose wife and two daughters were killed in a home invasion in Cheshire describes how he was attacked with a baseball bat.
A Connecticut man charged with killing a woman and her two daughters in a 2007 home invasion is trying to get statements he made to police on the day of his arrest thrown out.
A judge had denied a request from a Connecticut man charged with killing a woman and her two daughters to keep the woman’s husband out of the courtroom while other witnesses testify at his upcoming trial.
A defendant in the Cheshire home invasion case has asked the court for permission to address comments allegedly made by a man who lost his wife and two daughters in the attack.
The lawyer for a man charged with murdering a Cheshire mother and her two daughters is seeking a hearing to determine if there is enough evidence to go forward with a trial.
Defense attorneys for Joshua Komisarjevsky have run out of preemptory challenges to potential jurors for his capital murder trial.
A Connecticut judge has rejected a request by attorneys for a Connecticut man charged with a deadly home invasion to delay his trial for three months because of a lawmaker’s comments.
Efforts to repeal Connecticut’s death penalty this year appeared in doubt Wednesday after a key state senator informed her leadership that she has agreed not to support repeal at the request of Dr. William Petit, the lone survivor of a 2007 Cheshire home invasion in which his wife and daughters were killed.