Judge considers request to add evidence in Snow case
BLOOMINGTON — A judge has taken under consideration a request by convicted murderer Jamie Snow to add two new pieces of evidence to his petition requesting a new trial. Continue reading →
Snow to bring new evidence to hearing
BLOOMINGTON — A Bloomington man serving a life sentence for a murder he claims he did not commit will bring two new pieces of evidence to the courtroom Nov. 5 when he returns to request a hearing on his request for a new trial. Continue reading →
Judge appointed to hear Snow’s request for new trial
BLOOMINGTON — A Schuyler County judge has been appointed to hear Jamie Snow’s request for a new trial on murder charges. Continue reading →
Judge removes himself from hearings involving Snow case
BLOOMINGTON — McLean County Judge Paul Lawrence has removed himself from future hearings in the 1999 murder case involving Jamie Snow, citing a potential conflict of interest with the anticipated testimony of another judge who served as a prosecutor. Continue reading →
Jamie Snow wants change of venue for retrial request
BLOOMINGTON — A Bloomington man serving life in prison for a murder he claims he did not commit has asked that a judge outside the 11th Judicial Circuit hear his case, starting with his request for a new trial.
Snow’s bid for new trial slowed by DNA testing delays
BLOOMINGTON — Jamie Snow will have to wait at least two more months before he knows the results of DNA testing on blood from the scene of a 1991 murder for which he was convicted. Continue reading →
Pelo has offered to help convicted killer obtain a new trial
BLOOMINGTON – A former Bloomington police sergeant accused of rape has offered to assist Jamie Snow, the Bloomington man convicted of killing a service station worker in 1991, with his efforts to obtain a new trial.
Snow’s defense wants just blood tested in push for new murder trial
BLOOMINGTON – The defense team for Jamie Snow, who was convicted of the 1991 murder of William Little but is seeking a new trial, asked the court Thursday to allow a narrower DNA testing than previously requested.
Jamie Snow alleges overzealous cops, false testimony
BLOOMINGTON — Bloomington police officers looking to build their careers by cinching an 8-year-old murder case and false testimony from witnesses who received help with pending criminal cases were among the reasons cited by Jamie Snow in his request for a new trial on murder charges. Continue reading →
Defense waiting on DNA expert in effort to get Jamie Snow new trial
January 16, 2009: BLOOMINGTON – The defense team for convicted murderer Jamie Snow is waiting for an expert’s opinion on DNA testing of evidence introduced at Snow’s 2001 trial for the killing of William Little. Continue reading →