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October 29th, 2010

Sen Trial: Defense Closing Arguments

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After State Prosecutor Matt Redle concluded his closing remarks in the State vs.

Sen Trial: State's Closing Arguments

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After Jury Instructions were read just before noon Friday in 4th Judicial District Court in the State vs.

Sen Trial: Verdict Rendered

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The 12-person jury in the State vs. Dharminder Vir Sen deliberated for just over two hours Friday afternoon, before rendering a verdict on three counts. Sen was charged with three counts for his involvement in the home invasion and shooting of Robert Ernst on August 26, 2009. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has the report.

Sen Trial: Jury Instructions

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Events in 4th Judicial District Court Friday morning were originally scheduled to begin at 10 a.m., but delays in preparation of jury instructions in the case of the State vs.

Sen Trial: Defense Witnesses

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First to take the stand for the Defense in the State vs. Dharminder Vir Sen trial in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday afternoon was Kyle Smith.

Sen Trial: Hearing on Use of Experts

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Before the Defense called their first witness in the State vs. Dharminder Vir Sen trial in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday afternoon

Goblins and Ghouls parade through Buffalo

The fifteenth Monster March happened Thursday evening in Buffalo

The fifteenth Monster March happened Thursday evening in Buffalo, with all ages celebrating Halloween a bit early.

Sen Trial: Poitra, Jr. Takes Stand

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In 4th Judicial District Court Thursday afternoon, in somewhat of a surprise to those in the gallery, Dennis Poitra, Jr. took the stand, dressed in his jailhouse orange, handcuffed and in foot shackles.

October 28th

More Details on Soldier's Death

Sgt. First Class Phillip C. Tanner (photo from Billings Gazette)

The Billings Gazette reports that a Sheridan, Wyoming soldier who died Tuesday in Kuwait was on his way home for a break when he collapsed

Mike Massie on Campaign Differeences

With only four days left to go until the midterm elections on November 2nd, many campaigns around the nation and state are getting even more intense as we approach the 11th hour