Sean Ellis Granted New Trial For Remaining Gun Conviction In Boston Police Officer's 1993 MurderA judge is allowing Sean Ellis's motion for a new trial on the gun conviction that remains on his record.
Suffolk DA Rachael Rollins Aims To Erase Weapons Charges In Sean Ellis CaseEllis served over 20 years in prison for the killing of a police officer before his conviction was overturned in 2015.
Keller @ Large: Suffolk DA Rachael Rollins 'Deeply Invested' In Sean Ellis CaseSuffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins said Sean Ellis’ case is “not over” and she will work to determine if he should be completely exonerated.
Judge Ends Prosecution Against Sean Ellis For Killing Of Boston Police DetectiveAfter a brief motion ruling a null process and an elevator ride down to the Suffolk County Probation Department; a Suffolk Superior Court judge ended the prosecution of Sean Ellis and he was set free.
Man Will Not Be Re-Tried In Boston Police Officer's 1993 Murder, DA AnnouncesThe Suffolk County District Attorney's Office will not re-try Sean Ellis in the 1993 murder of Boston Police officer John Mulligan.
SJC Grants Sean Ellis New Trial In 1993 Murder Of Boston Police DetectiveA man convicted in the 1993 shooting death of a Boston police detective will get a new trial, the state's highest court ruled Friday.
Man Convicted Of Killing Boston Police Detective Freed On BailA Boston man convicted in the 1995 shooting death of a Boston police detective is free on bail for the first time since his arrest 22 years ago.
Bail Set For Man Granted New Trial In Death Of Boston OfficerJudge Carol Ball set bail at $50,000 for Sean Ellis.
New Trial For Man Convicted Of Killing Boston Police DetectiveSean Ellis was convicted of first-degree murder for shooting Detective John Mulligan five times in the face while he slept in his car while on a security detail in September 1993.
New Trial Sought In Boston Detective's '93 Killing It was a gruesome killing with a sympathetic victim: a veteran Boston police detective, shot in the face five times as he slept in his car while on security detail outside an all-night pharmacy.