October 29th, 2013
07:13 PM ET

Was Martin MacNeill's mistress his motive for murder?

Steamy testimony today in the murder trial of Utah Doctor Martin MacNeill.

On her second day in the courtroom, MacNeill's former mistress, Gypsy Willis, spoke about their passionate affair leading up and following the death of MacNeill's wife.

According to Willis the relationship involved looking at wedding rings just months after prosecutors say MacNeill drugged and drowned his wife.

Jean Casarez is OutFront.

Filed under: Crime • Justice • MacNeill murder trial • News
October 25th, 2013
09:40 PM ET

Mistress of Utah doctor accused of murder takes the stand

Explosive testimony today in the murder trial of Utah doctor Martin MacNeill.

His former mistress, Gypsy Willis, revealed details of their affair in the year that led up to MacNeill discovering his wife's lifeless body in their bathtub.

MacNeill is accused of drugging and drowning his wife and faces life in prison.

Jean Casarez is OutFront with the story.

Filed under: Crime • MacNeill murder trial • News
October 24th, 2013
09:36 PM ET

Martin MacNeill trial: Daughter says father appeared relieved after wife's death

A daughter turns on her father at his murder trial.

Utah doctor Martin MacNeill, who's accused of drugging and drowning his wife, came face-to-face with his daughter.

She testified about the events that led up to her mother's death and her father's bizarre behavior after finding his wife's lifeless body in a bathtub.

Jean Casarez is Outfront with the story.

Filed under: Justice • MacNeill murder trial • News
October 18th, 2013
09:41 PM ET

Martin MacNeil neighbor describes tub death scene

Prosecutors in the Martin MacNeill murder trial brought in a bathtub into court to demonstrate how a former Utah doctor, charged with his wife's murder - found her body.

MacNeill murder trial: Did Utah doctor kill his wife?

Prosecutors say Dr. MacNeill gave his wife Michele a deadly mixture of prescription drugs so he could continue an affair.

Jean Casarez is outfront with the story.

Filed under: Crime • Justice • MacNeill murder trial
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