Levi King trial continues - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/15/09

Levi King trial continues

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The question of whether or not the jury will hear from Levi King before it is decided if he will get the death penalty or not, is still unknown.

The defense continues to present it's side in the capital murder sentencing of King. Witnesses who have interacted with the 27-year-old are testifying about their time spend with King.

King pleaded guilty to killing a Pampa family in 2005. It is up to the jury to decide if he will be sentenced to death or sentenced to life in prison.

NewsChannel 11 continues to follow this story and will bring you the latest on the news at 5, 6, and 10.

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9/3/09

Levi King pleads guilty, trial continues

Although Levi King pleaded guilty on Thursday, a unitary trial continued as both sides argued for the punishment phase. NewsChannel 11's Katie Bauer has the story.

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