Lawyers for a man convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy returned to court Wednesday as part of their pitch to a judge that he deserves a new trial because of what they say are problems with a key witness.
Lawyers for a man convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy filed a court document Tuesday detailing reasons he should get a new trial, a document that follows months of hearings involving a potential problem with a key witness.
A judge has ruled that hearings in the 2001 Chandra Levy murder case will continue to be closed to the public and the news media.
A judge has been holding secret hearings in the case of the man convicted in the 2001 killing of Chandra Levy, the latest twist in a high-profile murder that went unsolved for years and captivated the public because of the intern’s romantic relationship with a California congressman.
Caroline Frazier has spent months dreading that her 18-year-old daughter may be buried 70 feet deep in a mammoth landfill. Making matters worse, she says, is that no one is searching for her there.
For the first time since the man convicted of killing Chandra Levy was sentenced, her mother speaks out.
Ingmar Guandique was convicted of first-degree murder for attacking Levy while she exercised in Washington’s Rock Creek Park in May 2001.
The case captured our attention almost a decade ago. Chandra Levy’s killer has finally been convicted.