A Garland man convicted of robbing and setting a store clerk on fire has received the death penalty. The jury that convicted Matthew Johnson of capital murder believed there were no mitigating circumstances in his crime and that he would remain a threat to society.
A jury in Dallas County entered its second day of deliberations on Friday, trying to determine the fate of a convicted killer.
The man convicted of killing a Garland convenience store clerk will soon learn his fate. The jury already found Matthew Johnson guilty of capital murder.
A Dallas jury saw new video and heard new audio as prosecutors wrapped up their final arguments in the penalty phase of a high-profile murder trial.
Defense lawyers continue to try to save the life of a man who has been convicted of murdering an elderly store clerk.
A man who lit a gas station clerk on fire said he feels like the lowest scum on earth as he asked a jury to spare his life.
Prosecutors have rested their case in the punishment phase of the capital murder trial of Matthew Johnson. He was convicted Wednesday robbing and killing a store clerk by setting her on fire. The defense on Monday finally gets a chance to undo two days of testimony designed cost Matthew Johnson his life.
Dallas County prosecutors want the death penalty for Matthew Johnson for the way he killed Nancy Harris by setting her on fire.
The punishment phase begins on Thursday in the trial of a man convicted of killing an elderly convenience store clerk. A jury in Dallas found Matthew Johnson guilty of murder on Wednesday.
It did not take long for a Dallas jury to convict a man accused of setting a convenience store clerk on fire after a robbery.
The man accused of setting a convenience store clerk on fire after a robbery could face the death penalty if he’s convicted. Matthew Johnson is charged with capital murder for the death of 76-year-old Nancy Harris.