In the year and a half since Lauren was killed, her parents had begun to heal, but the details, evidence and testimony of the murder trial brought all the pain back.
Jurors found a 20-year-old Wayland man guilty of murder Thursday in the brutal death of his ex-girlfriend.
The first full day of deliberations in the Nate Fujita murder trial ended with no verdict.
The trial of a Wayland man accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend went to the jury Tuesday.
Two psychiatrists with drastically differing expert opinions took the stand Monday in the Nate Fujita murder trial.
A psychiatrist testified that Fujita could have been suffering from traumatic brain injuries from playing high school football before the murder.
The prosecution wrapped up it’s case Thursday against Nate Fujita, the Wayland man on trial for murder in the death of his ex-girlfriend Lauren Astley.
Nate Fujita hung his head and cried as the medical examiner took the stand and detailed the last moment’s of Lauren Astley’s life.
It was another emotional day for the family of victim Lauren Astley, as the Nate Fujita murder trial continued in Middlesex Superior Court.
There was more damaging testimony Monday against Nate Fujita, the young Wayland man on trial for the brutal murder of his ex-girlfriend Lauren Astley.
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