A life or death decision hangs in the balance as a Ft. Lauderdale judge holds a hearing on the sentencing of Randy Tundidor Sr. who was found guilty two years ago in the murder of Nova Southeastern University professor Joseph Morrissey in a landlord tenant dispute.
One of two men convicted in the stabbing death of a Nova Southeastern University professor returned to court on Wednesday. Two years ago a jury recommended a death sentence for Randy Tundidor Sr. for the 2010 murder of Joseph Morrissey of Plantation.
Randy H. Tundidor received a 40 year prison sentence Friday for his part in the murder of Nova Southeastern University professor Joseph Morrissey in 2010.
Jurors have found Randy Tundidor Sr. guilty in the murder of Nova Southeastern University professor Joseph Morrissey two years ago over a landlord tenant dispute
Jury deliberations will move into another day in the murder trial of Randy Tundidor Sr., who is accused of killing Nova University professor Joseph Morrissey two years ago over a landlord tenant dispute. Jurors broke for the day Tuesday afternoon without reaching a verdict.
A Broward jury will begin deliberating Tuesday morning the fate of Randy Tundidor Sr. He is accused of murdering Nova University professor Joseph Morrissey two years ago, investigators say over a landlord tenant dispute.
As his murder trial enters the second week, Randy Tundidor, Sr.’s defense team presented witnesses to refute claims he is a killer.
One of two Plantation men accuse of kidnapping, robbery, arson and murder in the death of a Nova Southeastern University professor has accepted a plea deal from prosecutors.