A New Hampshire man convicted of hacking to death a woman and maiming her daughter in a 2009 home invasion was sentenced once again Friday to life in prison without parole, plus 76 years.
The lawyer for Steven Spader says he’s thinking of exploiting a Supreme Court ruling to seek a reduction of his client’s sentence.
It will be months before a New Hampshire man who wielded a machete in a deadly home invasion in Mont Vernon gets to make his case for a reduced sentence because he was 17 at the time.
Lawyers for a man convicted of slashing a woman to death with a machete and maiming her 11-year-old daughter during a home invasion want to have his life sentence reduced.
Steven Spader was just 17 when he and Christopher Gribble murdered Kimberly Cates in a gruesome machete attack and home invasion.
New Hampshire rarely expands its death penalty statute, but the brutal machete and knife attack that killed a mother in her bed and severely wounded her daughter could move lawmakers to add home invasion killings to the short list of crimes punishable by death.
A New Hampshire man who pleaded guilty to hiding evidence in a home invasion and machete attack is going to prison.
Two teenagers who heard screams and pleas but did nothing to stop the machete and knife attacks that killed a New Hampshire mother and maimed her 11-year-old daughter were sentenced Monday to decades in prison for their roles in the home invasion.
It appears the five men who were part of one of the most vicious crimes in New Hampshire history, may all wind up at the same prison.
Prosecutors are presenting their case in the trial of a New Hampshire man who has admitted being part of a deadly knife and machete attack on a Mont Vernon woman.