Eric Williams’ estranged wife and accused accomplice, Kim Williams, will plead guilty to the 2013 Kaufman County Murders
After spending Tuesday night in sequester, jurors in the Eric Williams murder trial sentenced the convicted killer to death on Wednesday morning.
In chilling detail, a woman accused of murder told a courtroom how her husband joyfully planned and carried out the murders of an East Texas district attorney, his wife and the DA’s top prosecutor.
A North Texas jury is to hear closing arguments in the punishment phase of the trial of a former North Texas public official convicted of capital murder in a revenge plot against prosecutors.
The jury also heard from Williams’ elderly mother, Jessie Williams, which was presented in a taped deposition, rather than in person, because the she is in ill health.
In anticipation that convicted killer Eric Williams’ estranged wife Kim will testify against him, defense lawyers today called several witnesses who described her as “money hungry” and “very in to herself.”
The punishment phase is set to continue in the trial of a former North Texas public official convicted of capital murder in a revenge plot against prosecutors.
Prosecutors on Wednesday are set to wrap up their case during the punishment phase of the Eric Williams capital murder trial.
Prosecutors said that they may wrap up their part in the punishment phase of the Eric Williams capital murder trial by the end of the day on Tuesday.
Convicted killer Eric Williams sat quietly on Monday as the jury, who will decide whether he should live or die, heard about another murder that he is accused of committing.
Prosecutors on Monday morning will begin pushing for the death penalty against a former justice of the peace.
Prosecutors and defense lawyers for Eric Williams made their final arguments Thursday morning in the trial for the murders that shook Kaufman County residents to their core.