After 16 hours of deliberations over four days, the jury in the Sean Taylor murder trial has found Eric Rivera, Jr. guilty of second-degree murder for the death of Sean Taylor.
There’s been a slight twist in the Sean Taylor murder case. Friday morning, before jurors returned for its third day of deliberations, it was discovered that a law book was in the jury room.
It’s day two of deliberations in the trial of a man accused of fatally shooting former UM star and Washington Redskins play Sean Taylor during a botched robbery in 2007.
The jury in the trial of the man accused of fatally shooting former UM star and Washington Redskins play Sean Taylor finished deliberating for the day.
The man accused of fatally shooting former UM star and Washington Redskins player Sean Taylor during a failed 2007 burglary waived his right to remain silent and took the stand in his own defense Tuesday.
After fewer than five days of testimony, prosecutors rested their case Monday morning against accused killer Eric Rivera as the medical examiner described how a single 9-millimeter slug killed Washington Redskins football star Sean Taylor.
The man accused of firing the deadly shot which claimed the life of Washington Redskins star Safety Sean Taylor reportedly confessed to police.
During day three in the murder trial against Eric Rivera, the man accused of killing famed football player Sean Taylor, jurors got to hear the contents of a letter written by Rivera in which he asks his cousin to tell a witness to lie to police.
It’s day two of testimony in the trial of the man who allegedly shot and killed former UM and NFL star Sean Taylor during a 2007 attempted burglary.
Opening statements are finally underway in the trial of the alleged trigger man in the murder of former University of Miami and NFL star Sean Taylor.