The Slaying of Robert Wone

On the morning of Nov. 15, Laura Norton Amico found herself penned inside a scrum of journalists who had packed a room at D.C. Superior Court for a glimpse of the lead suspect in one of Washington's highest-profile murder cases: the 2001 killing of federal intern Chandra Levy.
Roommates in Wone case won't testify in civil suit (Post, September 17, 2010)
The Crime Scene: Wone roommates won't testify in trial (, September 16, 2010; 4:57 PM)
Three D.C. judges to retire (Post, September 1, 2010)
Request opposed in Wone wrongful death suit: Attorneys for widow of slain lawyer seek phone, e-mail records (Post, August 14, 2010)
3 D.C. homicide prosecutors step aside: Moves come 5 months after new U.S. attorney took reins at office (Post, July 21, 2010)
3 men acquitted of Wone charges: COVERUP UNPROVED IN D.C. SLAYING
Judge disbelieves defendants but finds reasonable doubt
(Post, June 30, 2010)
A repeated 'Why?' as Wone trial wraps up: Judge interrupts closing statements to question defendants' reticence (Post, June 25, 2010)
Closing statements today in Wone conspiracy trial: D.C. Superior Court judge is likely to rule next week on fate of 3 defendants (Post, June 24, 2010)
Wone would have died within seconds, surgeon says: Defense calls specialist in effort to undercut prosecution witness (Post, June 23, 2010)
Wone defendant's mother testifies: She says she had knife that prosecutors allege was used in killing (Post, June 22, 2010)
Judge bars opinion on Wone's time of death: Testimony is critical to defense argument on crime-scene cleanup (Post, June 19, 2010)
Wone trial moves on to defense phase: NO MAJOR CHARGES ARE DISMISSED
But 2 of the 3 defendants are acquitted of lesser count
(Post, June 18, 2010)
Scene of Wone killing 'very unusual,' prosecution witness says (Post, June 17, 2010; 11:18 AM)
Prosecution rests; Wone mystery remains: Killer unidentified; judge to rule today on dismissing charges (Post, June 17, 2010)
Conspiracy trial in Wone death shifts: Prosecutors try to prove existence of past cover-ups (Post, June 16, 2010)
Trial looks at knife in Wone death: Prosecutors use friend to try to undercut defendant's account (Post, June 15, 2010)
Defendant in Wone case shown talking of an intruder (Post, June 4, 2010)
Prosecutor in Wone case points finger at one defendant's brother (Post, June 2, 2010)
Attorney: Suspect's brother may be Wone killer (, June 1, 2010; 3:43 PM)
A burglary, a brother to figure in Wone trial: Prosecutors contend defendants cover up loved ones' wrongdoing (Post, May 31, 2010)
Expert on Wone knife theory: Maybe: Prosecutors try to prove weapon found next to body was planted (Post, May 28, 2010)
Tape of 3rd housemate played at Wone trial: Description of grunts and door chime varies slightly from others' (Post, May 27, 2010)
Video shows detective pressing Wone defendant (Post, May 26, 2010)
Wone defendant asserts innocence on police video: D.C. officers taped interview after 'story wasn't adding up' (Post, May 25, 2010)
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