Idaho judge overseeing Bryan Kohberger's university student stabbings case says he is "not going to ban cameras" from high-profile court proceedings.
An Idaho judge gave quadruple murder suspect Bryan Kohberger’s defense a minor victory last week after denying their efforts to dismiss the indictment against him for the stabbing deaths of four university students last year.
Two surviving housemates in an off-campus University of Idaho rental home in Moscow, Idaho, were awake and texting each other during a massacre that left four of their friends dead last November, according to a new report.
With Idaho District Judge John Judge expected to decide soon whether news cameras will be allowed to remain in the courtroom during proceedings for Idaho student murders suspect Bryan Kohberger, his on-camera remarks from a prior hearing could weigh heavily on his choice.
Cameras in the courtroom have been an issue in high-profile cases for decades, and an Idaho judge is expected to rule on the issue in Bryan Kohberger's case.
Bryan Kohberger has waived his right to a speedy trial, but his defense continues to fight the evidence used in his arrest in the Idaho student murders case.
Bryan Kohberger waived his right to a speedy trial during a Wednesday afternoon court hearing, delaying the start date of the trial which was originally scheduled for Oct. 2.
Idaho student murders suspect Bryan Kohberger's defense team grilled DNA experts in court Friday as they aim to challenge the evidence used to indict him in connection with a quadruple stabbing.
Defense lawyers for Idaho quadruple murder suspect Bryan Kohberger may be building his alibi around a theory that his DNA was planted on the knife sheath found near one of the victims, to build a "rigged" case against him.
Idaho murders suspect Bryan Kohberger "might rely on an alibi" during his upcoming trial, according to a recent court filing and criminal defense attorney John Henry Browne, who represented serial killer Ted Bundy.
Morgan Wallen invited the Chapin family for a special performance after their son, Ethan, was one of the University of Idaho students who were tragically murdered.
The King Road home where four University of Idaho students were killed last year will not be demolished until at least October, the school's president announced.
Work crews were photographed entering and exiting the King Road home Tuesday where four University of Idaho students were killed in a 4 a.m. home invasion on Nov. 13, 2022.
Local police say there is no connection between Kohberger and the disappearance of Dana Smithers.
The families of two University of Idaho murder victims have notified the court that they reserve the right to sue the city of Moscow in the future.
A judge entered pleas of not guilty to all charges for Bryan Kohberger at his arraignment Monday, setting the stage for a quadruple murder trial in which he could potentially face the death penalty.
Bryan Kohberger, the criminology Ph.D. student accused of the home invasion murders of four University of Idaho undergrads, has been indicted by a grand jury.
A defense investigator working on behalf of University of Idaho student murders suspect Bryan Kohberger asserted in a newly unveiled court filing that a surviving housemate has "exculpatory" information that is "material and necessary" to the alleged killer's defense.
The Idaho Supreme Court on Monday rejected a request by 30 news organizations to lift a gag order in the criminal case of a man accused of stabbing four University of Idaho students to death.
The recent disclosure of an internal affairs investigation to Bryan Kohberger's defense team may have nothing to do with the University of Idaho investigation.