Missouri Man Who Killed Wife Gets 35 Year Federal SentenceA federal judge has extended the prison sentence of a southeast Missouri man who killed the mother of his triplets amid a divorce and then helped write a tell-all book.
Clay Waller Pleads Guilty to Federal Charge in Wife's DeathInterstate domestic violence conviction could add 15 years to southern Missouri man's jail time.
Man in Prison for Wife's Killing Arraigned on Federal ChargeThe federal count is punishable by up to life in prison.
Clay Waller Named in Federal IndictmentA southeast Missouri man already in prison for killing his wife and burying her body on a Mississippi River island now faces federal indictment.
Convicted Killer Clay Waller Moved to Prison in MissouriMissouri Department of Corrections spokesman David Owen said Tuesday that Clay Waller is now at the state prison in Fulton.
Jacque Waller's Sister Officially Adopts TripletsThe triplets of Jacque Waller have been officially adopted by Waller's sister and brother-in-law.
Jacque Sue Waller Laid To RestFarmington Mo. native's husband received a 20-year prison sentence for her killing.
Clay Waller Pleads Guilty in Estranged Wife's DeathClay Waller was given a 20-year prison sentence Thursday after pleading guilty to second-degree murder and admitting in a barely audible voice inside a packed Cape Girardeau County courthouse.
Waller Guilty Plea Expected Today in Wife's DeathCape Girardeau public defender Christopher Davis says he expects his client, Clay Waller, to confess to killing 39-year-old Jacque Waller.
Plea Hearing Set for Clay WallerJust days after Jacque Waller's body was found on a Mississippi River island, a plea hearing has been scheduled for her estranged husband.
Remains of Jacque Waller Found Two Years After DisappearanceWaller and her estranged husband, Clay Waller, had nearly finalized a divorce when she disappeared. He was charged last year with first-degree murder and goes to trial in September.
Murder Trial For Clay Waller Set Judge sets trial for September 2013.