Attorneys for a man convicted in the drowning death of his wife in their Hamilton Township home in 2008 filed an appeal Monday claiming errors were made during his third murder trial. Ryan Widmer's attorneys
Attorneys for a man convicted in the drowning death of his wife in their Hamilton Township home in 2008 filed an appeal Monday claiming errors were made during his third murder trial.
Ryan Widmer's appeal of his 3rd trial will continue as his defense awaits a Warren County Judge's decision on a request for a 4th trial.
A motion requesting a fourth trial for convicted murderer Ryan Widmer was filed by his attorney Michele Berry.
A motion filed Friday by attorneys for Ryan Widmer says that the state and the defense have agreed on a 90 day extension to file an appeal for his murder conviction.
Ryan Widmer's appeal attorneys say they will bring the court's decision to exclude former Lieutenant Jeff Braley's employment records in their appeal. A report from the Ohio Attorney General's Office
Ryan Widmer's mother, Jill Widmer, is scheduled to be in a Warren County courtroom Tuesday.
Lt. Jeff Braley, the lead detective in the Ryan Widmer murder case, has resigned from his position with the Hamilton Township police department.
Judge Neal Bronson ruled on Friday that some evidence used in the Ryan Widmer murder trial may be preserved.
New information in the Ryan Widmer case will be revealed when a Dateline episode about the case airs later this month.
Ryan Widmer's defense team filed for an appeal in Widmer's murder conviction Wednesday.
Ryan Widmer, a man convicted of murdering his wife in 2008, will not have a fourth trial.
The judge in the Ryan Widmer case is considering new arguments from both the defense and the prosecution.
Judge Neal Bronson heard arguments from Widmer's defense team and the prosecution. This after two motions were filed last month by the defense for a new trial or an acquittal.
Judge Neal Bronson heard arguments from the attorneys in the Ryan Widmer case Wednesday on whether Widmer will receive a fourth trial.
Ryan Widmer's defense attorneys asked for a delay in a hearing scheduled Wednesday to discuss motions for a new trial and an acquittal, however, court documents show Judge Neal Bronson has denied the motion.
According to motions filed by prosecutors in Warren County, Ryan Widmer's guilty verdict should not be overturned, and he should not get a new trial.
Judge Neal Bronson is holding a hearing on March 23 to discuss the latest motions filed in the Ryan Widmer case.
Ryan Widmer's defense attorneys have filed a motion for acquittal, saying there is insufficient evidence to prove that he is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
Ryan Widmer's defense team has filed a motion for a retrial, alleging one of the jurors made a bias statement and should have been removed from the jury.
Judge Neal Bronson has issued deadlines for Ryan Widmer's defense attorneys to file a motion to appeal or a motion for a new trial.
Mike Steward, spokesperson for the family of Sarah Widmer, requested the Warren County Prosecutor's Office release the following statement on the family's behalf:
Ryan Widmer's defense team is alleging that jurors in his third trial talked about the case with family and friends.
A jury member in the third Ryan Widmer trial told FOX19 that they wanted to find reasonable doubt in the prosecution's case, but couldn't.
Ryan Widmer sobbed as he was found guilty of murder for the death of his wife, Sarah.
After Ryan Widmer was found guilty of killing his wife, Sarah, his defense attorneys began discussion of an appeal.
As deliberations begin in Ryan Widmer's third trial, the jury is considering involuntary manslaughter as well as murder.
The defense continued its case Wednesday, the 11th day of testimony in Ryan Widmer's third trial. Jurors watched excerpts of a Dateline episode featuring the case, and heard from Sarah's coworkers and friends of the Widmers.
Jurors heard from a forensic pathologist Friday morning, Day 8 of testimony in Ryan Widmer's third trial.
Jurors heard from a forensic scientist and Sarah Widmer's employer in the seventh day of testimony.
A woman who testified that Ryan Widmer admitted to her that he killed his wife took the witness stand on Wednesday.
The judge announced Tuesday morning that he will allow the defense in the Ryan Widmer murder trial to cross examine the first "mystery witness," Jennifer Crew.
A footnote in a motion filed by prosecutors on Monday morning mentions a second Jane Doe witness.
Jurors are hearing from medical experts on Friday, the third day of testimony in Ryan Widmer's third trial.
Just before Noon on Wednesday in the Ryan Widmer murder trial, the mystery witness was identified as Jennifer Crew, a strip club manager in Iowa.
Three motions were filed Tuesday in the Ryan Widmer trial. Widmer's defense filed three motions that bring to light critical information that could be used to convict or acquit Widmer. Widmer is the Warren County man accused of killing his wife Sarah in their Hamilton Township home in 2008.
Four big developments in the third Ryan Widmer case. Widmer is accused of killing his wife Sarah back in 2008.
Ryan Widmer's defense attorneys want jurors to tour the home where Ryan's wife, Sarah, died in 2008.
Six men and six women have been chosen for the jury in the retrial of Ryan Widmer which begins Monday.
Jury selection for Ryan Widmer's third murder trial will begin in the Warren County Common Pleas Court in Lebanon.
Warren County prosecutors filed a motion Friday asking Judge Neal Bronson to not allow defense attorneys to bring up documents involving lead investigator Jeff Braley during the third trial for Ryan Widmer.
A Warren County judge has ruled that prosecutors in the third trial for Ryan Widmer do not have to disclose the identity of a mystery witness.
A Warren County judge ruled that a gag order will continue in the Ryan Widmer case.
Judge Neal Bronson held a hearing Wednesday to talk about Ryan Widmer's third trial.
The Warren County Prosecutor's Office has filed a motion for a change of venue for Ryan Widmer's third trial.
A January trial date has been set for Ryan Widmer.
Ryan Widmer's mother says her son is 'devastated' by the news of a third trial.
The web site FreeRyanWidmer.com is not wasting any time to start raising money to help with Ryan Widmer's third trial. Today they kicked off a new campaign.
A Warren County judge heard arguments Tuesday on whether or not Ryan Widmer should be acquitted or possibly face a third trial for the death of his wife.
Warren County Prosecutors have filed their response to a motion to acquit filed by Ryan Widmer's attorneys and say a new witness has come forward.
LEBANON, OH (FOX19) - The judge in the Ryan Widmer retrial unsealed documents that were not used by the defense during the trial. The documents unsealed by Judge Neal Bronson reveal several things about