Images From the Chandra Levy Murder Trial

Ingmar Guandique is on trial in the 2001 death of Washington intern Chandra Levy.

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Art Lien
On the first day of jury selection in the Chandra Levy murder trial, suspect Ingmar Guandique listens to a Spanish translation with headphones. Sketch courtesy of Art Lien.
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Bill Hennessy
The final day of jury selection in the Chandra Levy murder trial. Sketch courtesy of Bill Hennessy.
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Ingmar Guandique in court on the final day of jury selection in the Chandra Levy murder trial. Sketch courtesy of Bill Hennessy.
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NBCWashington.com
Chandra Levy's mother, Susan Levy, wearing sunglasses and a scarf over her head, arrives at court on the first day of the murder trial of Ingmar Guandique.
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The prosecution delivers its opening statement in the trial of Ingmar Guandique for the murder of Washington intern Chandra Levy. Courtroom sketch courtesty of Bill Hennessy.
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The defense delivers its opening statement in the trial of Ingmar Guandique. Courtroom sketch courtesy of Bill Hennessy
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Bill Hennessy
Ingmar Guandique on the first day of his trial in the death of Washington intern Chandra Levy.Courtroom sketch courtesty of Bill Hennessy.
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Bill Hennessy
Halle Shilling describes being attacked by Ingmar Guandique. Courtroom sketch courtesy of Bill Hennessy.
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Former congressman Gary Condit testifies Nov. 1, 2010, in the Chandra Levy murder trial. (Courtroom sketch courtesy of Bill Hennessy.)
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Bill Hennessy
Condit refused to answer questions about his relationship with Levy. (Courtroom sketch courtesy of Bill Hennessy.)
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Bill Hennessy
Armando Morales, a former cellmate of Ingmar Guandique, testifed on Nov. 4, 2010, in the Chandra Levy murder trial. (Courtroom sketch courtesy of Bill Hennessy.)
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Bill Hennessy
Guandique told Morales he intended to steal from Levy, not kill her, and that he was concerned other inmates might think he was a rapist because he was linked to the Levy investigation. (Courtroom sketch courtesy of Bill Hennessy.)
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Bill Hennessy
"I killed that [expletive], but I didn't rape her," Morales recalled Guandique saying in 2006. (Courtroom sketch courtesy of Bill Hennessy.)
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Bill Hennessy
Prosecutor Amanda Haines delivers her closing argument in the Chandra Levy murder trial on Nov. 16, 2010. (Courtroom sketches courtesy of Bill Hennessy.)
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Bill Hennessy
Prosecutor Amanda Haines fought back tears while holding a large picture of Levy as she told the jury to bring Chandra Levy justice by convicting Ingmar Guandique, NBC Washington's Pat Collins reported. (Courtroom sketches courtesy of Bill Hennessy.)
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Defense attorney Santha Sonenberg argued in closing arguments that the same tunnel vision that caused police to overzealously pursue former Rep. Gary Condit as a suspect in the disappearance of the Washington intern has now been unfairly trained on Ingmar Guandique. (Courtroom sketches courtesy of Bill Hennessy.)
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Bill Hennessy
Ingmar Guandique at the reading of the verdict in the Chandra Levy murder trial on Nov. 22, 2010. (Courtroom sketch by Bill Hennessy.)
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Bill Hennessy
Ingmar Guandique closes his eyes as the verdict in the Chandra Levy murder trial is read on Nov. 22, 2010. (Courtroom sketch by Bill Hennessy.)
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Ingmar Guandique takes off his headphones -- used to hear translations into Spanish -- after learning he was found guilty of two felony murder charges in the Chandra Levy murder trial on Nov. 22, 2010. (Courtroom sketch by Bill Hennessy.)
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