On Today’s Law & Crime NOW: One of the men charged in the Frostproof triple murder case had been bailed out but then got sent back to jail for violating terms of release by speaking to his co-defendant. Weber breaks down what we know.
Also, a jury finds Jacob Cayer guilty but not criminally responsible for double murder. Instead of spending the rest of his life in prison he’ll go to a mental health facility. How did the jury come to this decision?
Plus, the drama continues in the Lori Vallow case. Her attorney rips into the LDS Church policy of limiting cooperation in legal proceedings. In a case with major religious themes, how will this affect her upcoming trial? We discuss.
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Jesse Weber’s Guests:
Judge Ashley Willcott – Juvenile Judge/trial Attorney
Gene Rossi – Law&crime Legal Analyst
Danielle Renea – Admin Of Frostproof Triple Homicide Fb Group
Fb Group: Solved – The Frostproof Triple Homicide
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