Ex-Wife Of Convicted Serial Killer Naso Testifies About Sexual AssaultThe ex-wife of convicted serial killer Joseph Naso testified Wednesday morning she believes she was sexually assaulted by two men in a hotel room after Naso put a "knockout drug" in her drink at a San Francisco nightclub in the summer of 1976.
Victim's Daughter Testifies In Penalty Phase Of Naso TrialThe penalty phase of convicted serial killer Joseph Naso's Marin County Superior Court trial ended Tuesday morning with a testy exchange between Naso and Judge Andrew Sweet after the jury left for a lunch break.
Joseph Naso Found Guilty In NorCal Serial KillingsA Marin County jury on Tuesday found Joseph Naso guilty of killing four women in the Bay Area and Yuba County between 1977 and 1994.
Marin Jury Begins Deliberating Fate Of Accused Serial Killer NasoMarin County jurors presiding over the trial of an elderly photographer accused of being a serial killer who murdered four Northern California prostitutes began deliberating late Monday.
Accused NorCal Serial Killer Naso Begins Closing ArgumentsAccused serial killer Joseph Naso said Friday morning that the prosecution’s case alleging that he killed four prostitutes in Northern California is based on illegal, circumstantial evidence, opinion, speculation and conjecture.
Accused Serial Killer Naso Rests Case, Closing Arguments Set Joseph Naso, the former self-employed models photographer who is charged with the murders of four prostitutes in three counties between 1977 and 1994, elected not to testify at his trial in Marin County Superior Court and rested his case.
Marin Trial Of Accused 'Double Initial' Serial Killer BeginsJurors in the trial of a 79-year-old man charged with the decades-old slayings of four women in Northern California wiped tears from their eyes, as a prosecutor showed images of the victims’ bodies and described how they were discovered.
Accused Serial Killer Mocks Prosecutor During Marin County Jury SelectionJoseph Naso, facing the death penalty for the murders of four women, mocked the prosecutor during interviews with prospective jurors.

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