When Dru Sjodin disappeared in 2003, state investigators eased into interviews with her killer by chatting about the weather as they closed in on accusing him of her disappearance, newly released transcripts show.
(AP) — Lawyers for a man sentenced to death for killing a University of North Dakota student took what is considered the final step in his appeals process, claiming in a motion Tuesday that he is mentally disabled and his trial team was ineffective.
The new U.S. attorney for North Dakota will not take over further appeals by death row inmate Alfonso Rodriguez Jr.
, October 01, 2010
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