Nathan Perez and Giselle Albelo initially testified they saw Charles Wilhite fatally shoot Alberto Rodriguez outside a Springfield convenience store in 2008, later recanting their testimony.
The incoming district attorney of Hampden County says he knows little about the high-stakes prosecution of two Springfield residents facing perjury charges.
Two witnesses for the prosecution say their initial testimony was coerced by police.
A Springfield man who was initially convicted of murder then acquitted in a second trial, has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city […]
Charles Wilhite, a Springfield man convicted of murder in 2010 was re-tried this week and found not guilty.
After a 9 day trial and less than 6 hours of deliberation, the jury came back with its decision in the Springfield man’s murder re-trial.
The final prosecution witnesses testified today (Monday) in the murder retrial of Charles Wilhite.
Opening statements were presented today [Tuesday] in the murder re-trial of Charles Wilhite.
A Springfield man whose lawyers and supporters claim was wrongfully convicted of murder in his first trial, was back in court today (Monday) as his re-trial got underway.
Lawyers and supporters for Charles Wilhite were back in a Springfield courtroom Monday for a hearing on his upcoming re-trial next month.
A date for a re-trail was set today (Wednesday) for a Springfield man convicted of murder.
A Springfield man whose supporters say he is innocent will be retried — but the same judge who ordered a new trial also denied bail today [Monday] Charles Wilhite was convicted nearly two years ag
Supporters of Charles Wilhite, a Springfield man convicted of first-degree murder, are holding a sunrise vigil Wednesday morning to mark the thirty-day deadline for the Hampden County District Atto
A Massachusetts judge has granted a new trial for a man convicted two years ago of killing another man outside a Springfield store.
A Massachusetts judge conducted a status hearing Thursday in the case of a Springfield man whose supporters say was wrongfully convicted of murder nearly two years ago.