Michael George Gets New Trial

According to the Detroit Free Press (link no longer available), comic book retailer Michael George will get a new trial. In March of this year, the Pittsburgh Comic-Con owner was found guilty of murder for killing his wife in 1990 and given life in prison. The judge cited “prosecutorial misconduct” due to the prosecutor showing George’s mug shot during the trial and the discovery in July of documents suggesting a possible alternate suspect. The new trial is now set for December 2.

Similar Posts: Michael George Found Guilty of Murder in Second Trial § Michael George Re-Tried for Murder, Four Years Later § Note-Taking Banned at Michael George Retrial; Key Prosecution Witness Testifies § Michael George Murder Conviction Upheld § Michael George Sentenced to Life in Prison Again


2 Responses to “Michael George Gets New Trial”

  1. Michael George Stays in Jail for Now » Comics Worth Reading Says:

    [...] retailer Michael George was found guilty of murder for killing his wife Barbara 18 years before. In September, a judge overturned the jury [...]

  2. Michael George Re-Tried for Murder, Four Years Later » Comics Worth Reading Says:

    [...] 2008 and began serving a life sentence in May 2008. In September of that year, the conviction was overturned on appeal due to “prosecutorial misconduct” and potential new evidence, and he was granted a new [...]

Leave a Comment

Subscribe to comment feed.




Categories:

Pages:



Meta:

Most Recent Posts: