The murder trial of a man in Boone County will proceed this summer, despite a fourth attempt to delay it. A judge said 42-year-old Michael Moore will stand trial beginning Aug. 12 in the shooting deathsMore >>
The murder trial of a man in Boone County will proceed this summer, despite a fourth attempt to delay it.
A man accused of murdering his parents in Boone County will now serve as co-council in his own trial. Michael Moore is facing murder, tampering with evidence, falsely reporting an incident and possessionMore >>
A man accused of murdering his parents in Boone County will now serve as co-counsel in his own trial.More >>
BURLINGTON, Ky. (AP) -
A judge in northern Kentucky has refused to dismiss murder charges against a former Warren County Sheriff's deputy accused of killing his parents four years ago.
Boone Circuit Judge Tony Frohlich concluded that no evidence was withheld from 42-year-old Michael Moore's attorneys and that lab reports and notes were properly given to the defense. Frohlich issued his ruling after a 90-minute hearing on Friday.
Moore's trial, expected to take seven weeks, is set to begin Aug. 12 at the Boone County Justice Center. The trial has been delayed at least three times for various issues, including testing on DNA evidence. Moore may be sentenced to death if convicted of 2 counts of murder for killing his parents, Warren and Madge Moore.
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