Matthew Jaeger: Guilty Verdict

Former KU student Matthew Jaeger was found guilty on three of four charges related to brutal beating and kidnapping of his ex-girlfriend. Jaeger was found guilty of simple kidnapping, aggravated battery and making a criminal threat.

Video: Jaeger seeking new trial

Attorneys for Matthew Jaeger are seeking a new trial in the kidnapping and assault of the former KU student's ex-girlfriend. Attorneys say there was jury misconduct involved that unfairly tainted the verdict. Watch »

Video: Jaeger sentencing delayed

A Douglas County judge delayed Matthew Jaeger's sentencing to allow more time for an appeal. Watch »

Video: Victim in Jaeger trial discusses the past, looks to future

A day after Matthew Jaeger was found guilty of aggravated battery and kidnapping, his ex-girlfriend Francie Biggs talks about what she went through. Watch »

Video: Verdict reached in Jaeger trial

The jury in the case against Matthew Jaeger reached a verdict Thursday. Jaeger was found guilty in three of the four charges being pursued against him. He will serve a minimum of four years in a Kansas prison. Watch »

Video: Alternate juror needed in Jaeger trial

After three days of jury deliberation it was discovered one juror engaged in misconduct. The juror was replaced by an alternate and the deliberation will continue with a review of the testimony. Watch »

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