Defense in Colorado Springs death-penalty trial upbraids judge, who responds in kind
A death penalty trial that began with the defendant hurling a laptop at a judge is nearing an end amid complaints by his defense team that he hasn't received a fair hearing. In court Tuesday, Glen Law Galloway's attorneys said 4th Judicial District Judge Gregory Werner revealed a "bias" against their client through a series of adverse rulings this week, including one barring them from arguing self-defense during closing remarks.
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#1 Jun 20, 2018
That judge was not defending his self when he offended.
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