WORTHINGTON — After two days of jury selection, eight days of testimony and about four hours of deliberation, a verdict of guilty for two of the three charges against Lisa Shane was handed down Monday in Nobles County District Court.
WORTHINGTON — Although cousin Ivan Sosa testified that Jose “Lupe” Chavarria was very emotional, it was not evident during Chavarria’s testimony on Tuesday as he was shown pictures of his infant daughter.
WORTHINGTON — Susan Duffek, a pediatric radiologist for the x-ray center in Sioux Falls, S.D., said Monday, during testimony at the murder trial of Lisa Shane, she was certain there was evidence of brain injury older than that which occurred on Oct. 28, 2004.
WORTHINGTON — Friday’s testimony of Dr. Daniel Crosby, a neuroradiologist from Sioux Falls, S.D. brought up the suggestion there may have been previous injury to the brain of Ashanta Chavarria, the 3-month-old baby that died as the result of massive brain injury in November 2004.
WORTHINGTON — During the testimony of Dan Wagner, supervisor of the sleep diagnostic center in Sioux Falls, S.D., Assistant Attorney General William Klumpp and Chief Public Defender James Fleming had a brief debate about data Wagner was interpreting.
WORTHINGTON — Lisa Shane broke down in tears as medical examiner Kelly Mills described the process and results of the autopsy performed on Shane’s 3-month-old daughter, Ashanta Rosa Chavarria, after her death in November 2004.
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