Chris , Joe King, and Megan Thomas represent Charles Severance in Alexandria Triple Murder case

Updated: Jul 21

Virginia serial killer Charles Severance sentenced to life in prison. By Matt Zapotosky, Washington Post, January 21, 2016. Letter from a serial killer: Charles Severance attacks a slain TV reporter, gays, Jews. By Ian Shapira, Washington Post, January 12, 2016.


Jury convicts man in northern Virginia triple murder case. By Matthew Barakat, Associated Press, November 2, 2015.Severance Victims' Families Share Their Grief, Thank Jury for Guilty Verdict in Murders. By David Culver and Mark Segraves, NBC 4 Washington, November 2, 2015.


Severance guilty in three high-profile killings in Alexandria. By Matt Zapotosky and Justin Jouvenal, Washington Post, November 2, 2015.Jury recommends multiple life sentences for Severance for Alexandria killings. By Nikki Burdine and Peggy Fox, WUSA 9, November 2, 2015.Charles Severance found guilty of all counts, including murder. By Jeff Goldberg, Diane Cho, Brianne Carter, and Tom Roussey, WJLA ABC 7 and Associated Press, November 2, 2015.


Judge Randy Bellows holds a sidebar with prosecution attorney Bryan Porter, left, and defense attorney Chris Liebig, during the Charles Severance trial at the Fairfax County Circuit County in Fairfax, Va., Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015. Severance is accused of three murders over the course of a decade in Alexandria, Va. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen, Pool). Cliff Owen, October 20, 2015. [See Original Image]Severance's ex-girlfriend: guns missing after he left house. By Peggy Fox, WUSA 9, October 13, 2015.Charles Severance trial to resume Tuesday. By Peggy Fox, WUSA 9, October 19, 2015.Trial Starts For Accused Murderer Charles Severance. By Heather Curtis, 105.9 FM WMAL, October 8, 2015.


Severance speaks out day before closing arguments. By Paul Wagner, Fox 5 DC, October 8, 2015.Investigation of family members not admitted in Charles Severance trial. By Erich Wagner, Alexandria Times, August 20, 2015.Jurors in Alexandria trial can hear mental illness testimony. By Matthew Barakat, Associated Press (Washington Times), August 13, 2015.Jurors can hear mental illness testimony at Alexandria trial. By Bob Barnard, Fox 5 DC, Article By Matthew Barakat, Associated Press, August 13, 2015.Severance Defense Will Include Mental Health Expert. By Matthew Barakat, Associated Press (NBC4 Washington), August 13, 2015.Judge: Jurors can hear about Severance’s mental health at trial. By John Aaron, 103.5 FM WTOP, August 13, 2015.Charles Severance asks judge to recuse herself. By Peggy Fox, WUSA 9, May 21, 2015.Judge moves murder trial to Fairfax. By Matt Zapotosky, Washington Post, April 23, 2015.Severance ordered to undergo further evaluation. By Erich Wagner, Alexandria Times, January 30, 2015.Mental-health evaluation of alleged serial killer ordered. By Justin Jouvenal, Washington Post, January 22, 2015.Charles Severance flips bird & objects to his attorney. By Peggy Fox, WUSA 9, December 11, 2014.Charles Severance, accused in 3 Alexandria killings, interrupts his own defense. By Matt Zapotosky, Washington Post, December 11, 2014.Charles Severance Has Year to Prepare His Defense in Murder Trial. Suspect in three high-profile Alexandria murders is being held in Arlington. By Mary Ann Barton, The Patch, October 23, 2014.Charles Severance, accused in Alexandria killings, will not go to trial until next October. By Matt Zapotosky, Washington Post, October 23, 2014.Severance Moving to Alexandria; Judges Ask to Be Recused. Severance faces up to life in prison; Virginia will not seek death penalty. By Julie Carey, NBC 4 Washington, September 12, 2014.Severance In Alexandria To Face Three Murder Charges. By Carla Branch, AlexandriaNews.org, September 15, 2014.

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