Doug Stewart showed no emotion as a jury convicted him of the premeditated murder of his wife, Venus, in April 2010.
After a lengthy trial, the final day of Doug Stewart's murder trial sped through the lead investigator's testimony, the closing arguments and jury
A late start, a series of objections, a nearly two-hour recess and a continued fight over what is and isn't admissible punctuated the Doug Stewart murder trial
What is and isn't admissible as evidence in the murder trial of Doug Stewart dominated early testimony Tuesday in the St. Joseph County courtroom of Judge Paul
Six witnesses took to the stand in rapid fire succession Monday morning, as the Doug Stewart murder trial, now in its third week, sped through the day and
Blood evidence , DNA, fingerprints, tire treads, GPS data and cell phone records were introduced as evidence in Doug Stewart's murder trial Friday.
Prosecutors showed surveillance video allegedly of Doug Stewart buying cell phones, TracFones, a shovel and a tarp at Walmart stores in Virginia and Ohio as
Doug Stewart's truck was "a mess" when it was found by the Newport News Police Department, police testified Wednesday in Stewart's murder trial.
Ricky Spencer, the main witness for the prosecution, broke down on the stand Tuesday morning as he testified how Doug Stewart said he killed his wife, Venus.
The prosecution's main witness against Doug Stewart testified Monday Stewart asked him to be his alibi when he killed his wife.