After nearly six hours of mulling the case against the man accused of killing his brother, jurors had unanimously agreed Michael Nakvinda was the man who had hit Philip Gattuso in the head with a hammer repeatedly on Oct. 26, 2009 – leaving him to die on his bedroom floor, skull shattered like broken glass as blood pooled under him.
An Oklahoma man accused of hiring his handyman to murder his son-in-law in North Dakota told investigators he paid $3,000 before the killing, but never ordered it, according to a recording played Thursday for jurors in the handyman's murder trial.
Lawyers are scheduled Tuesday to begin the process of finding jurors to hear the case of an Oklahoma man accused of killing a North Dakota man in exchange for $3,000 from the victim's former father-in-law.
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