John Marvin, Jr. is accused of killing Sargent Anthony Wallace and Officer Matthew Tokuoka on August 28, 2010.
Closing arguments are planned for Thursday afternoon in the trial of John N. Marvin, Jr.
Defense said there was not enough evidence to find accused killer guilty beyond a reasonable doubt
Robert Shem, forensic firearm and tool mark examiner at the Alaska State Crime Laboratory, examines a Browning BAR 7mm rifle that was allegedly used to
John Marvin. Jr.'s defense to present own witnesses and testimony
Day eight of the trial in the case of John Marvin, Jr. gets underway on Tuesday. Marvin is accused of causing the deaths of Hoonah … more
Spent round was found on the pavement during a vigil service a few days after the shooting of Matthew Tokuoka and Anthony Wallace
Opening arguments are planned for Wednesday in the state's case against John N. Marvin, Jr.
John Marvin, Jr. (right) and Grace Lee from the Public Defender’s office (center) both listen as District Attorney Dave Brower (left foreground) makes a point
John Marvin, Jr. is competent to stand trial. Superior Court Judge David George made that ruling on Friday afternoon after hearing from two psychologists give their opinion of Marvin.