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Monday, Nov 22, 2010

Levy Verdict FAQs

Levy Verdict FAQs

Chris Gordon, a trained lawyer as well as a reporter who covers the courts, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about the verdict in the Chandra Levy trial.

Monday, Nov 22, 2010

Guandique Guilty in Chandra Levy Murder Case

Guandique Guilty in Chandra Levy Murder Case

A jury found Ingmar Guandique guilty of felony murder in the death of Chandra Levy.

Friday, Nov 19, 2010

Levy Jury Asks for Legal Definition of Assault

Levy Jury Asks for Legal Definition of Assault

The judge in the Chandra Levy trial gave the jury the legal definitions of "assault" and "kidnapping."

Thursday, Nov 18, 2010

Levy Trial Deliberations Go Into Second Day

Levy Trial Deliberations Go Into Second Day

Jurors spent more than five hours weighing evidence yesterday.

Tuesday, Nov 16, 2010

"Tunnel Vision" Mars Levy Case: Defense

"Tunnel Vision" Mars Levy Case: Defense

The defense accused the prosecution of tunnel vision in the Chandra Levy trial.

Monday, Nov 15, 2010

Condit's Phone Message Played in Levy Murder Trial

Condit's Phone Message Played in Levy Murder Trial

Final witnesses testify in the trial of the man accused of murdering D.C. intern Chandra Levy. (Courtroom sketches courtesy of Bill Hennessy.)

Monday, Nov 15, 2010

911 Calls Released in Levy Murder Trial

911 Calls Released in Levy Murder Trial

The 911 call from the man who discovered Chandra Levy's remains is released. Courtroom sketches by Bill Hennessy.

Monday, Nov 15, 2010

2 More Charges Dropped in Levy Murder Trial

2 More Charges Dropped in Levy Murder Trial

The statute of limitations expired on attempted kidnapping and attempted robbery charges.

Thursday, Nov 11, 2010

Condit Working on Book About Levy Case

Condit Working on Book About Levy Case

The son of the former congressman said his father is going to write a book to tell his side of the story.

Monday, Nov 15, 2010

Prosecution Dropping Two Charges in Levy Murder Case

Prosecution Dropping Two Charges in Levy Murder Case

The prosecution is dropping the sex assault charge and one murder charge.

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