UPDATE: Pearman will remain behind bars for life. However, he will be eligible for parole at age 90 in year 2073.
The Murfreesboro man convicted in the Valentine's Day 2013 murder of his newlywed wife has had his appeal denied by the state Court of Criminal Appeals in Nashville.
The man convicted of the Valentines 2013 murder of his wife at their Blackman home has been sentenced to life in prision. Jacob Pearman was sentenced Monday.
The State Verses Jacob Pearman case ended January 20, 2015. Pearman is the man who killed his wife inside their Blackman area home in 2013.
Jacob Pearman was found guilty of first-degree murder in the Valentine's Day 2013 death of his wife Carla and assault and child abuse of her then seven-year old son.
The fate of Jacob Pearman is in a jury's hands. The defense rested Saturday in the the trial for the 32-year old, accused of murdering his wife Carla and abusing her then seven-year old son.
Ten-year-old Maddox Thomas testified Tuesday that Jacob Pearman, a former weight and fitness trainer, pulled him out of bed and kicked and choked him, then made him sit in the hall before he ran to school barefooted on a cold December morning.
Jurors heard more testimony Wednesday concerning the child abuse charges against Jacob Pearman, who is on trial for the Valentine's Day 2013 murder of his wife Carla and the abuse of her then seven-year old son.
Jury selection is complete in the trial of Jacob Pearman. A jury of nine men and five women was chosen late Monday after all day deliberation.
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.
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.
Pearman confessed to punching and then choking his wife to death after they argued about his child abuse charges...
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.
The man accused of murdering his wife one year ago on Valentine’s Day (2013) in the Blackman Community will have one trial instead of two next month.
The man accused of murdering his wife on Valentine's Day in the Blackman Community earlier this year will be in court on Monday, but not because of the homicide.
The man accused of murdering his wife on Valentine’s Day in the Blackman Community earlier this year will head to court for trial in March of 2014.
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