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Jennifer Hawke-Petit

Joshua Komisarjevsky (L) and Steven Hayes (R) (credit: handout)

Jury Selection Continues In 2nd Cheshire Home Invasion Trial

The trial of Joshua Komisarjevsky started last week with jury selection, a process that could take months as prospective jurors are questioned by prosecutors and defense attorneys.

03/20/2011

Joshua Komisarjevsky (credit: Handout)

No Jurors Selected Yet In 2nd Cheshire Home Invasion Trial

The judge told attorneys before prospective jurors were brought into New Haven Superior Court that any who cry or panic when they learn the graphic nature of the case would be excused.

03/16/2011

Judge Jon C. Blue (AP Photo/Jessica Hill); Joshua Komisarjevsky (AP Photo/Connecticut State Police)

Judge Denies Bid To Dismiss Charges In 2007 Cheshire Home Invasion Case

Attorneys for Joshua Komisarjevsky argued evidence showed that co-defendant, Steven Hayes, killed Jennifer Hawke Petit and lit the fire that lead to the deaths of her daughters.

02/15/2011

Joshua Komisarjevsky (Mugshot)

Lawyers Want Judge Out In CT Home Invasion Case

Attorneys for Joshua Komisarjevsky are seeking to have New Haven Superior Court Judge Jon Blue removed from his trial. Another judge will consider the request Tuesday.

02/13/2011

Steven Hayes - File / Photo: Connecticut State Police via AP

Hayes Sentenced To Die For Cheshire Murders

The monster that killed a mother and her two daughters in their Connecticut home broke his silence in court on Thursday, moments before he was sentenced to die.

12/02/2010

Steven Hayes - File / Photo: Connecticut State Police via AP

Judge Hears Challenge To Conn. Death Sentence

Attorneys for a man condemned to die for a deadly home invasion tried to convince a judge Wednesday that the jury was unduly swayed by emotion, but the judge said the jurors’ reactions were natural given the crime’s “unimaginable horror.”

11/24/2010

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Cheshire Home Invasion Jurors Get Counseling

Out of concern for the shell-shocked jury, Connecticut’s Judicial Branch took the rare step of offering counseling services.

11/17/2010

Jennifer Hawke-Petit

More Anguish: Cheshire Readies For Death Penalty Trial 2

The stage is now set for another death penalty trial in the home invasion murders of a mother and her two children in Connecticut.

11/09/2010

Dr. William Petit and Steven Hayes (credit: AP)

Jurors Speak Out On Hayes Death Sentence

Hayes’ fate will likely be delayed by years of appeals, but the jurors were unanimous in their view that life in prison was simply not enough for his role in the 2007 home invasion.

11/09/2010

Steven Hayes - File / Photo: Connecticut State Police via AP

Hayes Sentenced To Death In Cheshire Home Invasion

A Connecticut man was condemned to death Monday for a night of terror inside a suburban home in which a woman was strangled and her two daughters tied to their beds, doused in gasoline and left to die in a fire.

11/08/2010

Steven Hayes - File / Photo: Connecticut State Police via AP

No Verdict After Day 3 Of Cheshire Deliberations

Jurors finished deliberating Sunday without a verdict as they tried to determine the fate of a man convicted of murdering a mother and her two daughters in their home.

11/07/2010

Steven Hayes

Cheshire Home Invasion Jury To Reconvene Sunday

Jurors deciding if a man convicted in a deadly Cheshire home invasion completed a second day of deliberations without agreeing on whether to impose the death penalty.

11/06/2010

Steven Hayes - File / Photo: Connecticut State Police via AP

Jury In Cheshire Home Invasion Trial Hits A Snag

Jurors considering whether Steven Hayes should get the death penalty for the deadly 2007 Cheshire home invasion.

11/05/2010

Steven Hayes - File / Photo: Connecticut State Police via AP

Defense: Jail Worse Than Death For Home Invasion Defendant

A life sentence in prison would actually be harsher than a death sentence for a Connecticut man who killed a woman and her two daughters in a home invasion, because he is so haunted by the crime and isolated in prison, his attorney told a jury Thursday.

11/04/2010

Steven Hayes - File / Photo: Connecticut State Police via AP

Defense Challenges Juror In Home Invasion Case

Attorneys for a Connecticut man convicted of a deadly home invasion are challenging a judge’s decision to replace a regular juror with an alternate to determine his sentence.

11/03/2010

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