Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg sentenced Christopher Strawn on Wednesday morning to 88 years for murder and two years for assault.
Christopher Strawn was found guilty of first degree-murder and third-degree assault in connection with the October 2015 death of Brandon Cook. A full day on June 11 has been set aside for his sentencing hearing.
Christopher Strawn was found guilty of murdering Brandon Cook at the Kodzoff Acres Trailer Park in October 2015. Strawn requested a psychological evaluation, which delayed his sentencing originally scheduled Feb. 20.
A Juneau jury returned Wednesday afternoon with guilty verdicts on all charges related to the shooting death at the Kodzoff Acres Trailer Park in October 2015.
Christopher Strawn testified he walked home with his dog and was going to sleep when Brandon Cook was shot and killed on Oct. 20, 2015.
The prosecution has rested its case in the homicide trial underway in Juneau Superior Court. Strawn, who was charged for Brandon Cook’s death in October 2015, now has a chance to present his own evidence and witnesses.
Retired, longtime firearms and toolmark forensics examiner Robert Shem testifies it was likely a 12-gauge shotgun, Savage Stevens model 67.
Christopher Strawn, standing trial for the October 2015 shooting death of Brandon Cook, alleges the search warrants were improperly issued. He also asked whether used pregnancy tests were found in his truck that was seized and searched by police.
Tiffany Johnson testified she saw Christopher Strawn — who was cross-examining her in court — kill Brandon Cook in her trailer at the Kodzoff Acres Trailer Park in October 2015.
Christopher Strawn is being retried in Juneau Superior Court on murder and other charges related to the death of Brandon Cook in October 2015.