In a hearing that lasted for hours Tuesday (Nov. 9th), Barry Morphew’s defense attorneys alleged that the prosecution hid evidence from the defense, specifically conversations prosecutors had with law enforcement about the case.
Attorney’s representing Barry Morphew intend to sue prosecutors and investigators for what they claim is unlawful arrest, malicious prosecution, and defamation according to documents obtained by Denver7.
Jeff Lindsey, the lead prosecutor in the Barry Morphew murder case has told KKTV that he is “moving on.”
Barry Morphew appeared in court before Judge Patrick Murphy Wednesday, Oct. 13th. Murphy ruled that Morphew can continue to live in the house next door to his old home off Puma Path in Maysville without GPS monitoring.
The District Attorney’s Office for the 11th District has released a statement asking the courts to reconsider Barry Morphew’s bond since he cannot be tracked at his current residence.
On September 27th, the Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office was contacted in regards to Trespassing in the Maysville area.
Barry Morphew will stand trial. A redacted version of the Arrest Affidavit has been released to the public.
Barry Morphew will stand trial.
A decision to whether there’s enough evidence to proceed with the criminal case against Barry Morphew, who is suspected of murdering his wife Suzanne, will be decided by the judge in mid-September.
The preliminary hearing for Barry Morphew continued yesterday.
Barry Morphew is back in court today as the preliminary hearing in the Suzanne Morphew murder case continues. The hearing is scheduled to conclude tomorrow.
Barry Morphew will be back in front of Judge Patrick Murphy in Salida August 23rd and 24th as his preliminary hearing continues.