Attorneys for a central Minnesota man convicted of murdering two teenagers who broke into his home are appealing the case to the state Supreme Court. Defense attorney Steve Meshbesher wants a new trial for 65-year-old Byron Smith.
Jurors say an audio recording of a Little Falls homeowner shooting two teens who broke into his home was a key piece of evidence in his conviction.
Sixty-five-year-old Byron Smith was found guilty Tuesday of premeditated murder in the deaths of 17-year-old Nick Brady and 18-year-old Haile Kifer.
The trial of a Little Falls homeowner who killed two teens during a break-in has been given to the jury after the man's attorney argued the teens would be alive if they hadn't chosen to commit a burglary.
A Little Falls man charged with fatally shooting two teenagers who broke into his home has waived his right to testify at his trial in Morrison County. Judge Douglas Anderson has given the final jury instructions in the Byron Smith murder trial.
This is the third day of testimony in the Bryon Smith murder trial in Little Falls. Before the proceedings began this (Wednesday) morning, officials allowed members of the media to take pictures and video in the empty courtroom.
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