Michele Williams was sentenced to 60 years in prison by a Fort Worth jury on Tuesday after being convicted a day earlier of murdering her husband and tampering with evidence.
The fate of the Keller “black widow” is now in the hands of the jury. Murder suspect Michele Williams is on trial in Fort Worth for the death of her husband, Greg Williams.
Testimony wrapped up Friday in the Keller “Black Widow” trial. Michele Williams who is accused in her husband, Greg Williams, murder did not testify.
The woman from Keller who has been accused of killing her husband three years ago will head back to court on Friday as her murder trial continues.
Prosecutors in Fort Worth are painting an ugly picture of a Keller woman accused of murdering her husband in 2011. Tuesday was the first day of the Michele Williams murder trail and by afternoon rush hour testimony was still going on.
A woman from Keller, who has been accused of killing her husband nearly three years ago, was back in front of a judge and jury on Tuesday in Fort Worth.
A judge threw out guilty pleas today from a Keller woman in connection with her husband’s death.
A 44-year-old woman from Keller pleaded guilty on Tuesday afternoon to deadly conduct and tampering with evidence in the case of her husband’s 2011 murder.
A Keller woman accused of murdering her husband in an elaborate plot that included claims of an intruder attack and then suicide, is now a free woman.
A Tarrant County magistrate has reduced the bond for Michelle Williams — the Keller woman accused of shooting and killing her husband and then trying to cover up the crime with fictitious stories.