There was an accident today on the corner of Old 27 and Clark Road in Dewitt, around 8:05 this morning. I witnessed it and wondered if they found the perso(...) Report Abuse
Roger Bowling pretrial hearing 12/14/12
Trial delayed in shooting deaths of Allen Park couple; defense seeking DNA auditor By Dave Herndon The News-Herald DETROIT — Relying on very recent case law, the defense attorney for a man accused of shooting, dismembering and then dumping the bodies of an Allen Park couple in the Detroit River was able to get a court-appointed DNA analyst for his client Friday in Wayne County Circuit Court. The case, the People vs. Webb, was ruled on by the Michigan Supreme Court on Dec. 12, just two days before Mark Brown argued that it would be a denial of due process if his client, Roger Bowling, 39, was not given independent study of the DNA evidence. Wayne County Circuit Judge Ulysses Boykin granted the request, which will delay the start of the trial against Bowling. The trial had been scheduled to begin in early January, but has been pushed back to May 14. Another pretrial hearing is scheduled for March 1. Brown is now tasked with finding a lab to do the testing. Bowling is charged with seven felonies related to the shooting deaths of Danielle Greenway, 32, and Chris Hall, 42. The bodies of the couple were found in the Detroit River on July 17. Police believe Bowling shot Greenway and Hall and then dismembered their bodies in their house before dumping the remains into the river. Bowling faces two counts each of first-degree murder, mutilation of a body and felony use of a firearm. He also is charged with tampering with evidence. The murder charges each carry a life sentence upon ...
The use of internet in prisons has recently experienced some development. As a general rule, offenders under sentence are not allowed to connect to the web for security reasons: it is too difficult to(...)