Fulgham Murder Trial Continues
It was cold blooded murder. Now a man in Marion County could face the death penalty.
But the trial expected to last through the month of April is getting off to a slow start.
On day three of Joshua Fulgham's trial, no jury had yet been seated.
Joshua Fulgham is accused of suffocating his wife, Heather Strong and burying her in his girlfriend's back yard in 2009.
His girlfriend, Emilia Carr, was convicted last year.
She now sits on death row. TV20 covered her trial day by day, delivering an exclusive interview after her conviction where she said Fulgham killed Strong.
Wednesday, about 50 potential jurors were left while Fulgham's attorneys and prosecutors interrogated them further.
The jury selection process was to continue Thursday before opening statements can begin.
- Murder Suspect Breaks Down in Court
- Heather Strong Murder Case
- Emilia Carr Murder Trail: Opening Statements
- Jury Hears Fulgham's Confession
- Emilia Carr's Mother Speaks Out
- Emilia Carr Receives Death Penalty
- Guilty Verdict for Emilia Carr
- Jury Recommends the Death Penalty for Emilia Carr
- Emilia Carr Breaks Silence
- Murder Trial Continues