Double Initial Killings
Accused serial killer Joseph Naso said he has fired his legal adviser and wants Marin County to pay for a new one.
Joseph Naso may view four pairs of pantyhose that were found on one of the four women he is accused of killing between 1977 and 1994, a Marin County Superior Court judge ruled Friday.
A Marin County Superior Court judge has set a trial date of Nov. 5 for accused serial killer Joseph Naso.
The Marin County District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday morning it will seek the death penalty against accused serial killer Joseph Naso.
A Marin County Superior Court judge this morning approved Joseph Naso’s waiver of his right to an attorney, clearing the way for the 78-year-old Reno man to represent himself in his trial for four Northern California murders that occurred between 1977 and 1994.
Joseph Naso, the Reno man accused of killing four women in Northern California between 1977 and 1994, Friday morning adamantly asserted his right to represent himself at his trial.
Deputy District Attorney Dori Ahana summed up the evidence presented against Joseph Naso at his preliminary hearing Friday, before the accused serial killer delivered a long rebuttal.
The ex-wife of Joseph Naso, who is accused of killing four women — including an Oakland woman who was allegedly strangled with the ex-wife’s pantyhose—testified Thursday morning that Naso had asked her to claim she had lost her pantyhose.
A criminalist testified Wednesday morning that DNA found on pantyhose worn by a murder victim whose body was found in Marin County in 1977 contained semen that is likely that of Joseph Naso.
Police in Healdsburg have exhumed the body of a woman found decades ago to see if there’s a connection to serial killing suspect Joseph Naso.