Court: Illinois Judge's Trial Nap Doesn't Warrant RetrialThe Illinois Appellate Court panel in Ottawa says Whiteside County Judge Jeffrey O'Connor's alleged nap was harmless as long as he wasn't sleeping during crucial evidence or motions.
Man Accused of Killing Couple in Festus Appears in CourtAn Illinois man who went on a killing spree nine years ago is scheduled to appear in Jefferson County court in the morning.
Nicholas Sheley's Attorneys Want Murder Trial MovedAttorneys argued that Sheley can't get a fair trial there on charges related to the deaths of Jill and Tom Estes of Sherwood, Arkansas.
Illinois High Court Won't Hear Sheley AppealMurder suspect captured in Granite City still awaiting trial for Mo. killings
Mo. Trial Next for Man Convicted of 6 Ill. DeathsA man already serving life sentences for each of six summertime 2008 killings in Illinois next will face trial in Missouri on charges he killed an Arkansas couple during the spree.
Man Convicted of Fatally Beating 4 with HammerHe next faces trial in the deaths of Jill and Tom Estes, a Sherwood, Arkansas, couple who were traveling in Missouri, where prosecutors can pursue the death penalty.
Judge in Latest Sheley Trial Caught SnoozingDefendant was captured in Granite City after a two-state killing spree in 2008.
Nicholas Sheley to Face Third Murder TrialHe is to stand trial for the murders of four people in Northern Illinois
Graphic Photos Banned From Sheley's Next Murder TrialPolice in Granite City, Ill. captured Nicholas Sheley in 2008. He's accused of 8 killings in two states.
Accused Spree Killer Nicholas Sheley Wants DivorceSheley is accused in the deaths of eight people in a 2008 killing spree. He has been convicted of murder twice and is to stand trial in January for four Rock Falls, Ill. killings.
Trial of Alleged Spree Killer Delayed to JanuaryNicholas Sheley is accused in the deaths of eight people in a 2008 killing spree in Illinois and Missouri.
Nicholas Sheley Gets 2nd Life SentenceAn Illinois man accused of killing eight people from two states during a 2008 spree was given a second life sentence Wednesday.

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