A Baltimore County judge has sentenced a woman to life in prison for hiring a man to kill her husband at the family’s gas station in Towson.
Convicted. A jury found the woman who admitted hiring the hitman that murdered her husband guilty of first degree murder.
Right now a jury deliberates in the case of a Baltimore county woman who admits she hired the hitman that killed her husband.
The woman who claims years of abuse drove her to hire a hitman to murder her husband continues her fight to avoid jail time.
She hired a hitman to shoot her husband in the head. Now Karla Porter takes the stand in her own murder trial to tell jurors why.
She’s on trial for hiring a hitman to kill her husband. And Wednesday, jurors heard from Karla Porter herself as prosecutors played her videotaped confession to police.
She’s accused of hiring a hitman to murder her husband in a case that stunned Baltimore County three years ago. Karla Porter is on trial at the Baltimore County courthouse, where jury selection has been completed.
She provided the gun in a twisted murder-for-hire plot that led to her brother-in-law’s death. Now Susan Datta has learned her fate.
His life is in a jury’s hands. A Baltimore County man could be sentenced to die after he’s convicted in a murder-for-hire plot.
A twisted murder-for-hire plot ends in a guilty verdict for the man who pulled the trigger.
Police say Karla Porter confessed to taking part in the plot that led to her husband’s death. That’s according to WJZ’s media partner, The Baltimore Sun, which says the woman discussed the plan in a taped interview with police detectives.