Marin 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 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.
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.
Jurors 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.
Joseph Naso, facing the death penalty for the murders of four women, mocked the prosecutor during interviews with prospective jurors.
Jury selection begins Monday at the trial of alleged serial killer Joseph Naso, charged with killing four women whose bodies were found along rural roads in Yuba, Marin and Contra Costa counties between 1977 and 1994.
Joseph Naso, 79, of Reno, is charged with killing four women in Yuba, Marin and Contra Costa counties between 1997 and 1994.
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.