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Brief Insanity Hearing Features Contradicting Experts on Marsh

Sep 30, 2014

by Antoinnette Borbon It was a very brief but contradicting testimony between experts today in the case against young Daniel Marsh. On Friday, a Jury of his peers found Daniel Marsh to be guilty on first degree murder with special circumstances to be true. Daniel Marsh, now a 17 year-old young boy, is responsible...

Blood Thirsty Or Failed By The System? Daniel Marsh Trial Concludes

Sep 26, 2014

by Antoinnette Borbon The state’s case against young Daniel Marsh ended today with what would take prosecution just about a full day to present his closing arguments to jurors.  Prosecutor, Mike Cabral delivered a powerful message. He says that Daniel Marsh had a,” blood lust, was blood thirsty.” Explaining to jurors, Daniel had planned the deaths for weeks. But defense would eloquently turn the...

Closing Arguments for Marsh – Part One

Sep 26, 2014

By Genevieve Ghamian The complicated closing arguments began September 25, 2014 in the trial of Daniel Marsh. Deputy District Attorney Mike Cabral commenced by thanking the jurors for their time. Daniel Marsh is on trial for the deaths of Oliver Northup and Claudia Maupin, who were found dead in their home on April 14,...

Harvard Psychiatrist Puts Blame on Patient and Their Family

Sep 24, 2014
Harvard Psychiatrist Puts Blame on Patient and Their Family

By Charmayne Schmitz The trial of Daniel Marsh continued on September 23 as Douglas Jacobs, M.D. took the stand. The doctor was adamant that drugs and doctors could not be blamed for Daniel’s violent acts. Instead, he threw a variety of reasons at the court during the morning session. Dr. Jacobs is a psychiatric...

Judge Rules Tumblr Images Not Admissible As Rokop Testimony Continues

Sep 16, 2014
Judge Rules Tumblr Images Not Admissible As Rokop Testimony Continues

By Genevieve Ghamian The trial of Daniel Marsh continued Monday morning with Yolo County Superior Court Judge David Reed ruling the images on Tumblr were not admissible. Judge Reed decided that the images not be shown to the jury, but statements and not prejudicial images from the website were admissible. Dr. James Rokop, the...

Off Duty Police Officer Uses Hate Speech in Pizza Parlor

Sep 16, 2014
Off Duty Police Officer Uses Hate Speech in Pizza Parlor

by Antoinnette Borbon In a preliminary hearing involving a Pizza Parlor brawl in Winters, the court would learn that off duty officer, Steve Godden would identify his alleged assailants as, “f—fagots, queers,” in a statement given to fellow officer from the Winters Police Department. Miguel and Alfredo Moreno are being charged with assault on an officer, assault with a...

Psychiatrist Denies Side Effect from Marsh Medication

Sep 12, 2014
Psychiatrist Denies Side Effect from Marsh Medication

by Antoinnette Borbon In the close of yesterday’s testimony by Daniel’s Kaiser Psychiatrist, confusion loomed large as defense could not get but the same response to his questions; which at times, it appeared she had no idea what he was talking about in regards to questions about Daniel’s care. Daniel Marsh is the teen...

Testimony from Marsh Psychiatrist Continues

Sep 12, 2014
Testimony from Marsh Psychiatrist Continues

By Genevieve Ghamian The 8th day of Daniel Marsh began with the redirect examination of Dr. Cheyenne He. Dr. He is a Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist and was responsible for administering and monitoring the medications prescribed for Daniel since January 2013. When Deputy District Attorney Mike Cabral asked about how she decides which medication...

Marsh Murder Trial Opens

Sep 3, 2014
Marsh Murder Trial Opens

by Charmayne Schmitz After a year and a half of motions, charges, and counter charges, the trial of Daniel Marsh finally opened on Tuesday. On September 2, 2014 opening statements were given in the Yolo County murder trial of Daniel Marsh, accused of killing two Davis residents in their home on April 14, 2013....

Judge Reduces Theft of $10.62 in Groceries to Misdemeanor

Aug 29, 2014
Judge Reduces Theft of $10.62 in Groceries to Misdemeanor

by Saghi Nojoomi Judge Rosenberg of the Yolo County Superior Court granted the defense’s Motion, allowing the court to scale down the defendant’s felony conviction into a misdemeanor. Defendant Michael Stanley is accused of felony theft of $10.62 of Food for Less grocery items. While the District Attorney urged that the defendant’s past thefts...

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