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Arnold Diana
  • Published
    July 26, 2012

    Jury returns guilty verdict in Diana murder trial

    After deliberating for several hours July 26, a Knox County jury found Arnold A. Diana guilty of murdering Katrina Windred. Defense attorney Christopher MacLean and prosecutor Lisa Marchese, an assistant attorney general, made their closing arguments Thursday morning, July 26 in the ninth day of the trial in Knox County Superior Court. The prosecution argued Diana, 37, of Rockland strangled Windred on Nov. 20, ...

  • Published
    July 23, 2012

    Jury at Diana murder trial on sixth day hears DNA expert

    The prosecution in the Arnold Diana murder trial July 23 put consecutive witnesses on the stand to show how police investigation and the Maine State Crime Lab work together. Diana, 37, is on trial for the murder of Katrina Windred, 47, of Friendship on Nov. 20, 2010. The state introduced a biologist and a DNA analyst who answered questions about the case that had been lingering in people’s minds since the trial ...

  • Published
    July 23, 2012

    Defense in murder trial rests on eighth day

    The defense rested Wednesday afternoon, July 25, in its presentation of witnesses in the Arnold A. Diana murder trial at Knox County Superior Court. Diana, 37, has been charged with the murder of Katrina Windred, 47, of Friendship on Nov. 20, 2010. The trial was in its eighth day when defense attorney Christopher MacLean informed the court that he had no more witnesses, including Diana, who will not take the ...

  • Published
    July 20, 2012

    Forensic science shows jury for Diana murder trial techniques of modern crime-solving

    Telephones, trash and laboratory testing dominated the testimony on the fifth day of the Arnold A. Diana murder trial at the Knox County Superior Court July 20. Diana, 37, is charged with taking the life of Katrina Windred, 47, of Friendship on Nov. 20, 2010. Justice Jeffrey Hjelm is presiding, Assistant Attorneys General Lisa Marchese and Leane Zainea are prosecuting, and attorney Christopher MacLean and ...

  • Published
    July 20, 2012

    State’s chief medical examiner testifies at Diana murder trial

    Testimony on the fourth day of the Arnold A. Diana murder trial, July 19, focused on statements by law enforcement officers and by the state’s chief medical examiner. Presiding Justice Jeffrey Hjelm at the Knox County Superior Courtroom picked up the pace after the dramatic presentation on the previous afternoon of a recording of the defendant and former Maine State Police Detective Michael Mitchell. Diana, 37, ...

  • Published
    July 18, 2012

    Diana murder trial ends third day with law enforcement testimony

    The prosecution presented witnesses from law enforcement on the third day of the Arnold Diana murder trial Wednesday, July 18. The workday in the Knox County Superior Courtroom began at 9 a.m. with the first witness and ended at 4 p.m., after a lunch break, with a nearly three-hour recorded interview between former Maine State Police Detective Michael Mitchell and Arnold Diana, 37, the man charged with killing ...

  • Published
    July 17, 2012

    Jurors in murder trial hear first day of witness testimony

    The second day of the Arnold Diana murder trial Tuesday, July 17 began with a view of the crime scenes for the jury and continued with the testimony of the 12-year-old son of the victim.Presiding Justice Jeffrey Hjelm had arranged a tour to give jurors a clearer picture of the building where the death allegedly took place and to the country road where the body of victim Katrina Windred, 47, was found three days ...

  • Published
    July 16, 2012

    Jury hears opening statements in Diana murder trial

    The prosecution in its opening remarks in the Diana murder trial Monday, July 16 said the killing is a story of a love gone bad. "This case is about the fact that Arnold Diana was unable to handle the breakup of his relationship with Katrina Windred," said Assistant Attorney General Lisa Marchese. But defense attorney Christopher MacLean suggested that Diana was in a love triangle with two women, and that the ...

  • Published
    July 14, 2012

    Superior Court picks jury for Diana murder trial

    A jury of seven men and seven women — 12 jurors and two alternates — was selected Friday, July 13 after a day of deliberation for the Arnold A. Diana murder trial. The trial is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. Monday, July 16 at the Knox County Superior Court. Diana, 37, is accused of causing the death of Katrina Windred, 47, of Friendship at the Thorndike Apartments in November 2010. Altogether 115 potential jurors ...

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