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Jury Selection Completed in Byron Smith Murder Trial

Jury selection has wrapped up in the case of a Little Falls man standing trial on murder charges.

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Jury Selection Begins In Morrison County In Byron Smith Trial

Jury selection is underway in the trial of a central Minnesota man who claims self-defense when he fatally shot two teenagers in his home. Six jurors were chosen Monday on the first day of the murder trial of 65-year-old Byron Smith of Little Falls.

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Jury Selection Begins in Byron Smith Murder Trial

The trial of a Little Falls man accused of fatally shooting two teenagers who broke into his house gets underway with jury selection today.

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Court Won’t Hear Challenge To Little Falls Murder Indictment

The Minnesota Supreme Court won't consider an appeal by a homeowner indicted in the deaths of two teens who broke into his house.

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1st-Degree Murder Charges Stand In Little Falls

A judge has declined to dismiss a first-degree murder indictment against a Minnesota man accused of shooting two teens breaking into his house. Byron David Smith, 64, is accused in the shooting deaths of Haile Kifer, 18, and her cousin Nick Brady, 16.

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Little Falls Man Wants Murder Charges Dismissed

An attorney for a Little Falls man accused of killing two teenagers who broke into his home is trying to get first-degree murder charges dismissed.

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Little Falls Shooter Indicted on 1st Degree Murder Charges

A Morrison County grand jury has indicted a Little Falls man on first degree murder charges in the shooting deaths of two teenagers.

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UPDATE: Boy Accused of Burglary Before Little Falls Deaths

Court documents say a Little Falls teenager who was killed after he broke into a home on Thanksgiving Day had burglarized the same property twice in the months before he was shot.

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Next Court Date For Little Falls Homeowner Moved To May

The next court appearance for a Little Falls man accused of fatally shooting two teenage intruders at his home on Thanksgiving has been moved to May.

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Outside Lawyers to Help Prosecute Little Falls Homeowner

Local prosecutors will get help prosecuting the man accused of killing two teenagers who broke into his home near Little Falls on Thanksgiving. Morrison County Attorney Brian Middendorf said Monday that Washington County Attorney Pete Orput and an assistant will help prosecute Byron Smith.

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