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Pearman Trial Jurors to be Sequestered
Pearman Trial Jurors to be Sequestered

Jury selection begins Monday in the trial of Jacob Pearman, the man accused of murdering his wife Carla on Valentine's Day in 2013. He's also accused of aggravated child abuse of Carla's son.

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Accused Murderer's Trail Will Stay in RuCo
Accused Murderer's Trail Will Stay in RuCo

A local judge this week denied a change in venue request from accused murderer Jacob Pearman. Judge David Bragg on Tuesday said there was no proof of unfair pre-trial publicity that would cause a move outside the area.

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Attorneys For Man Charged With Killing Blackman area mom were in court Monday
Attorneys For Man Charged With Killing Blackman area mom were in court Monday

Pearman confessed to punching and then choking his wife to death after they argued about his child abuse charges...

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UPDATE: Murder Suspect Jacob Pearman will appear before Judge Bragg in 2015 - New evidence could be submitted FRIDAY
UPDATE: Murder Suspect Jacob Pearman will appear before Judge Bragg in 2015 - New evidence could be submitted FRIDAY

UPDATE: The man accused of murdering his wife Carla on Valentine’s Day in 2013 in the Blackman Community will appear before Judge David Bragg next year... However, new evidence regarding text messages may be submitted to the courts this Friday.

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Blackman murder suspect who killed wife in 2008 to REMAIN behind bars
Blackman murder suspect who killed wife in 2008 to REMAIN behind bars

The Supreme Court of Tennessee denied a new court case for Michael Jason Vance, according to records released on Monday. Vance was convicted of First Degree Murder after killing his wife Suzanne Vance.

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MURDER UPDATE: Blackman Man Sentenced to LIFE in Prison Requested a New Trial - Courts Say NO
MURDER UPDATE: Blackman Man Sentenced to LIFE in Prison Requested a New Trial - Courts Say NO
A Blackman man convicted for the first degree murder of his wife has asked for a new trial, according to the Court of Criminal Appeals in Nashville. The courts denied the case. Read more by clicking following link...
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