Wesleyan Student's Killer Committed To Hospital A Massachusetts man who was found not guilty by reason of insanity in the 2009 slaying of a Wesleyan University student was ordered to be committed to a psychiatric hospital for 60 years.
Closing Arguments Today in Wesleyan Killing TrialA three-judge panel in Connecticut is set to hear closing arguments in the trial of a Massachusetts man charged with fatally shooting a Wesleyan student in 2009.
Wesleyan Killing Trial Nearing an EndLawyers for a Massachusetts man on trial for allegedly killing a Wesleyan University student say they expect to rest their case this week.
Justice Commission Appoints McShane As State's AttorneyThe state Criminal Justice Commission has appointed veteran prosecutor Peter McShane as state's attorney for the Middlesex Judicial District in central Connecticut.
Suspect In Wesleyan Killing Opts For Bench TrialA man charged in the shooting death of a Wesleyan University student has chosen to have a three-judge panel hear his murder trial.
Suspect in Wesleyan Killing Returns to CourtA man charged in the shooting death of a Wesleyan University student is returning to court to tell a judge whether he wants his trial heard by a jury or three-judge panel.
Morgan Weighs Three-Judge Panel Or JuryA man charged with shooting a Wesleyan University student to death in 2009 is deciding whether he wants his trial to be heard by a jury or a three-judge panel.
Prosecutor Will Not Release Results Of Wesleyan Suspect's Mental ExamA Connecticut prosecutor has declined to release the results of a psychiatric examination of a suspect in a fatal shooting at Wesleyan University.
Delay Pushes Wesleyan Killing Trial To The FallA state prosecutor says a psychiatric evaluation of the man charged with the campus killing of a Wesleyan University student should be complete by August.