The jurors may be deciding if Mark Goudeau should go to death row sooner than anticipated, thanks to yet another turn of events in the penalty phase of the recently convicted serial killer's trial. Day of reckoning nearing for `Baseline Killer' Goudeau The `Baseline Killer,' convicted l ... More >>
Some people spend their entire lives learning the ins and outs of the "blame game."
Mark Goudeau: The cops, those nasty prosecutors, even my own attorneys--they all have it in for me!If it's not the crack cocaine or the booze that caused me to go off the deep end and nearly beat a ... More >>
Unexpected fireworks this morning at the county courthouse as the newly convicted "Baseline Killer" Mark Goudeau told the judge in no uncertain terms that he doesn't want to be in court for the sentencing phase of his high-profile case.
Mark Goudeau is one pissed-off serial killer.
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Just got word that he defense team of Mark Goudeau, accused of murdering nine people in an infamous 2005-06 crime spree, will not be calling any witnesses to the stand at his ongoing trial.
Mark Goudeau is looking directly at death row if convicted
The stunning turn of events occurred a ... More >>
Mark Goudeau went on trial for his life yesterday, with a county prosecutor telling jurors that a overriding need to rape drove the defendant to commit a rash of sexual assaults, robberies and nine murders during a rampage that ended with his September 2006 arrest.Mark Goudeau: "He took what he want ... More >>
The first-degree murder case of accused cop killer Donald Delahanty is in the hands of a Maricopa County jury.
Superior Court Judge Warren Granville sent the 12-person panel home yesterday afternoon after opposing attorneys completed closing arguments in the death p ... More >>
The driver who says front-seat passenger Donald Delahanty fired four bullets in Phoenix police officer David Uribe's face back in May 2005 took the witness stand Tuesday at Delahanty's first-degree murder trial. The underlying question to Chris Wilson's terse, stark, and generally believable testimo ... More >>