An Oakland man was sentenced Monday to three consecutive terms of life in prison without the possibility of parole for fatally shooting three in-laws at an apartment complex on Thanksgiving Day 2006.
A judge on Thursday barred a man accused of fatally shooting three in-laws at their Oakland apartment on Thanksgiving Day 2006 from his own trial unless he agrees not to disrupt court proceedings anymore.
A man accused of fatally shooting three in-laws at their Oakland apartment on Thanksgiving Day 2006 can no longer represent himself because he has repeatedly engaged in misconduct in front of jurors, a judge ruled Wednesday.
A witness in a triple-murder trial testified Monday that an in-law interrupted his family’s Thanksgiving Day dinner at their home in Oakland in 2006 by firing a hail of bullets that struck his brother and mother.
Opening statements began Tuesday in the trial of two brothers accused in the Thanksgiving Day massacre of three in-laws at the family’s Oakland apartment in 2006.