Mark Kerrigan Trial
The not guilty verdict for manslaughter in Mark Kerrigan’s trial was surely a disappointment for prosecutors, who pursued the case even though the Kerrigan family insisted Mark was innocent.
A jury found Mark Kerrigan not guilty of manslaughter Wednesday in the 2010 death of his father, but found him guilty on the lesser charge of assault and battery.
Jurors in the Massachusetts manslaughter trial of Olympic skater Nancy Kerrigan’s brother have finished their second day of deliberations without reaching a verdict.
A prosecutor in the manslaughter trial of Olympic skater Nancy Kerrigan’s brother told the jury that an “angry, mean, nasty, drunk son” killed Kerrigan’s father.
Nancy Kerrigan’s mother took the witness stand and broke down in tears at her son’s manslaughter trial Wednesday afternoon.
Prosecutors are trying to prove that a fight, not a heart condition killed Nancy Kerrigan’s father and that her brother is to blame.
Monday was an emotional day in court for Nancy Kerrigan and her family as her brother Mark’s trial got underway.
Prosecutors and defense lawyers are expected to give starkly different accounts of a fight between the brother and father of Olympic skater Nancy Kerrigan.
Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan expressed support for her brother as his manslaughter trial started.