Maryland Court Of Appeals Takes Up Case Of Convicted DC Sniper Lee Boyd MalvoMaryland's Court of Appeals, the state's highest court, is set to hear the case of convicted "D.C. sniper" Lee Boyd Malvo.
DC Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo Marries While Serving Life In PrisonLee Boyd Malvo, who is serving life in prison for his role in the 2002 sniper spree that terrorized the nation's capital region, is now a married man.
New Law Allows DC Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo To Apply For Parole In 2024Lee Boyd Malvo, the Washington, D.C., area sniper, and Virginia agreed Monday to dismiss a pending Supreme Court case after the state changed criminal sentencing law for juveniles.
Court Split On Possible Resentencing For Teen Sniper Lee Boyd MalvoThe U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments to reconsider the sentence of convicted Maryland sniper Lee Boyd Malvo, who was behind at least 10 killings in 2002.
DC Sniper's Sentence Could Change With New AppealMaryland steps into a Virginia appeal over the sentencing of D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo.
AG: High Court Should Decide If DC Sniper Gets ResentencedVirginia's attorney general said he'll ask the U.S. Supreme Court to decide if Washington, D.C., sniper Lee Boyd Malvo should get a new sentencing hearing.
Appeals Court Grants New Sentencing Hearings For D.C. SniperA federal appeals court says a sniper serving life in prison after terrorizing the Washington, D.C. region as a teenager must get new sentencing hearings.
D.C. Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo Seeks Lower SentenceA lawyer for one of the snipers who terrorized the Washington, D.C. area in 2002 has asked a federal appeals court for a chance of a lighter sentence.
Appeals Court To Hear Arguments On D.C. Sniper's SentenceBob Meyers doesn't want partial justice for his brother. He wants full justice. And to him, that means leaving D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo's sentence just the way it is: life in prison, with no chance of ever getting out.
Judge Hears Challenge To DC-Area Sniper's Life SentenceAn attorney for a man convicted as a teenager of taking part in deadly sniper attacks that terrorized the Washington area argued before a Maryland judge Thursday that his young client's life sentence is unconstitutional and should be thrown out.
Md. Judge Set To Hear D.C. Sniper Malvo Challenge Life SentencesA Montgomery County judge will hear arguments of D.C. sniper, Lee Boyd Malvo Thursday, who claims the six life-without-parole terms he received in the County have been rendered illegal by U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
Federal Judge Tosses Out Life Sentences For DC Sniper MalvoA federal judge has tossed out two life sentences for D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo and ordered Virginia courts to hold new sentencing hearings.
Virginia Opposes New Sentencing For Convicted D.C. Sniper Virginia authorities are opposing an effort by convicted sniper Lee Boyd Malvo to challenge his sentence of life without parole.
D.C. Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo Wants His 10 Life Sentences TossedAttorneys for convicted sniper Lee Boyd Malvo are asking federal judges in Virginia and Maryland to vacate his 10 life sentences for the shootings that terrorized the Washington, D.C., area for three weeks in 2002.
D.C. Sniper Says He Was Sexually Abused By Elder AccompliceConvicted D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo said in a television interview that aired Thursday that he was sexually abused by John Allen Muhammad, his adult accomplice in shootings that terrorized the Washington area 10 years ago.