A man convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy is expected to get a new trial after government attorneys on Friday said the “interests of justice” would best be served by one.
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.
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.