Doug Grant, the onetime Phoenix Suns nutritionist convicted last month of manslaughter was scheduled to be sentenced Friday, May 1. But Vincent Funari, the able public information officer for the Maricopa County Superior Court, just sent out an e-mail to announce that Grant's sentencing has ... More >>
The jury forewoman in the "Mormon Murder Trial" speaks out after the manslaughter verdict.
Doug Grant sits in the Maricopa County Jail tonight, the consequence of a deeply flawed life and the vagaries of the criminal-justice system. A 12-person jury convicted the one-time Phoenix Suns nutritionist of manslaughter in the death of his wife Faylene. It was the least serious ( ... More >>
It's been exactly two weeks since the jury in the Doug Grant murder case began to deliberate his fate. The panel returned to work this morning, and some close to the case suspect that a verdict finally may be near. The basis for that belief are questions the jury has had i ... More >>
The 12-person jury in the Doug Grant Mormon murder case has gone home for the weekend, and it appears that members are nowhere close to reaching a verdict. The best indication of that is a "deliberation schedule" the panel sent out a few days ago to Judge Meg Mahoney, who has presided over the high ... More >>
Closing arguments started Tuesday in the closely watched trial of former Phoenix Suns nutritionist Doug Grant, and prosecutor Juan Martinez immediately went for the defendant's throat -- proverbially, of course. We'll be writing a postmortem about this remarkably weird trial when (and if) ... More >>
It's finally in the homestretch at the closely watched first-degree murder trial of former Phoenix Suns nutritionist Doug Grant, and the whole thing almost caved in Monday. Many of you reading this have been following this weird murder case, which we reported on in great detail ... More >>