The brother of former Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan is returning to a Massachusetts jail. Reports say a Middlesex County judge ordered Mark Kerrigan back to jail on Friday for six more months for violating his probation.
Former Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan’s brother, convicted of assault and battery in connection with the 2010 death of their father, wants to go back to jail to serve the rest of his sentence.
The brother of Olympic skater Nancy Kerrigan will go to jail for two years on an assault charge after being acquitted of manslaughter in his father’s death.
Nancy Kerrigan cried as she asked a judge for mercy for her brother, Mark. WBZ’s Carl Stevens covered the trial, and reports that it was another unfortunate chapter in a surprisingly sorrowful life.
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.
A Massachusetts jury will soon hear closing arguments in the manslaughter trial of the brother of Olympic
skater Nancy Kerrigan.
The defense in the manslaughter trial of Olympic skater Nancy Kerrigan’s brother has rested its case.