PROVO, Utah - He's already facing life in prison for killing his wife and now Martin MacNeill could see more jail time if convicted of forcible sexual abuse. The former Utah County doctor was back in a Provo courtroom Wednesday to answer to charges that he inappropriately touched an adult female relative.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4Utah) - Convicted killer Martin MacNeill was back in a Provo courtroom Monday. MacNeill was found guilty of killing is wife in April of 2007, but now his attorneys are arguing for a new trial. His defense team claims the prosecution was not truthful when it came to benefits given to federal inmates in exchange for their testimony.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – Martin MacNeill’s sex abuse trial is moving forward. The former doctor has been found competent to stand trial.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - The sentencing of a Utah doctor convicted of killing his wife is on hold. His lawyer is now fighting for a new trial.
UTAH COUNTY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - Convicted murderer Martin MacNeill tried to commit suicide Thursday around 5:30 p.m. The Utah County Sheriff's Office said guards discovered the attempt and intervened.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - They say she drove Martin MacNeill to murder. For the first time the jurors in the Martin MacNeill murder trial speak out about their decision to find him guilty and how big of a role motive played in their verdict.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – For the first time the exhibits presented during the Martin MacNeill murder trial have been made public. More than 60 emails, photos, diagrams along with the 911 tapes and Michele MacNeill’s autopsy and toxicology reports have been released.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) State releases evidence in the case against Martin MacNeill. He was convicted of first-degree-murder and obstruction of justice in the death of his wife Michele.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - Just days after a guilty verdict, former Pleasant Grove doctor Martin MacNeill wants to appeal to get a new trial.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – Martin MacNeill, the Pleasant Grove doctor accused of killing his wife, has been found guilty of her murder.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - The state did not mince words when addressing the jury in closing arguments Friday.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - Prosecutors and defense attorneys in the Martin MacNeill murder trial rested their case Thursday. After two weeks of testimony from the prosecution the defense called only four witnesses and rested its case.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – A major slip up for the prosecution in the Martin MacNeill murder trial almost tainted the jury pool and gave the defense what they needed to call for a mistrial.
It was expected this would be a big day for the prosecution; that these inmates would testify that Martin MacNeill bragged about killing his wife while he was behind bars, but that's not exactly what happened.
Doctor Todd Grey is the second medical examiner to take a look at Michele MacNeill’s autopsy report. The doctor who originally did the autopsy passed away in 2008, so when the investigation into Michele’s death began Doctor Grey was asked to take a second look at the findings and what he found was a different cause of death.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - For the second time one of Martin MacNeill’s eldest daughters took the stand in his murder trial Wednesday and shared with the jury why she feels her father is responsible for her mother's death.
During her testimony on Friday Gypsy Willis admitted to having an affair with Martin MacNeill and said the pair exchanged texts the morning his wife was found dead. Monday she testified she was sending him sexy photos of herself the day after Michele MacNeill died.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – One of the key elements in the prosecution’s case against accused killer, Martin MacNeill, is his relationship with his alleged mistress.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – The 12 year old daughter of Martin MacNeill will be allowed to testify, that's the ruling from the judge as the murder trial resumed Friday morning.
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - There was question over whether she was mentally stable enough to testify, but the judge allowed Martin MacNeill’s eldest daughter to take the stand and testify against her father - the man accused of killing her mother.