Court Upholds Consecutive Life Sentences For Market Murder SuspectThe Minnesota Supreme Court has upheld three consecutive life sentences with the possibility of release for a man who killed three people in a Minneapolis market in 2010.
High Court Vacates Sentence In '10 Market Killings The Minnesota Supreme Court has vacated the mandatory sentence of life without release for a man convicted of killing three people in a Minneapolis market in 2010 when he was 17. Mahdi Hassan Ali's case is being sent back to Hennepin County for a hearing to determine whether factors relating to his youth make a life sentence with parole more appropriate.
Teen Murderers May Get Revised Sentences After Supreme Court RulingSome Minnesota murderers will likely have their sentences thrown out after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that juveniles cannot be sentenced to mandatory life in prison without parole.
Man Gets 18 Years In Seward Market Shooting DeathsA man who pleaded guilty in connection with the triple murder at a Minneapolis market in January of 2010 was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Wednesday.
Teen Gets Consecutive Life Sentences In Triple SlayingA teen who was found guilty last month for the robbery and triple murder at Seward Market in Minneapolis has been sentenced to three consecutive life sentences, without the possibility of parole.
Surveillance Video Released Of Seward Market MurdersVideo from inside the Seward Market in south Minneapolis where three people were gunned down in January 2010 has been released.
Teen Found Guilty In Seward Market MurdersA jury has found a teenager guilty in the shooting deaths of three people at a Minneapolis market in January 2010.
Jury Deliberating In Seward Market Triple SlayingThe jury is deliberating in the case of a teenager accused of committing three murders at a Minneapolis market last year.
Opening Statements Conclude In Mpls Triple SlayingAttorneys have wrapped up opening statements in the case of a Somali man accused of killing three people at a Minneapolis market.
Teen Accused In Triple Homicide Tried As AdultThe Minnesota Supreme Court says the teenager accused of killing three people at a Minneapolis convenience store should stand trial as an adult.