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The Martin Miller Trial

Martin MillerMartin K. Miller was on trial for the July 2004 murder of his wife, Mary. Miller initially told police he woke up about 6 a.m. on July 28, 2004, and found his wife in bed in a different room, not breathing. At first, police said that a coroner didn't think there were any signs of foul play. But Miller was later arrested after a coroner conducted an autopsy and ruled the death a homicide. A Douglas County jury deliberated about six hours before finding him guilty of strangling his wife.



State Supreme Court upholds Martin Miller murder conviction
10:07 a.m., July 27, 2007 Updated 10:33 a.m.
The Kansas Supreme Court today upheld the murder conviction of Martin Miller.
No rulings issued by Supreme Court on Lawrence cases
June 9, 2007
The Kansas Supreme Court issued no rulings Friday on the city’s smoking ban or the murder conviction of Martin Miller.
No ruling on smoking ban, Martin Miller murder conviction
Today was earliest rulings could be expected
June 8, 2007
The Kansas Supreme Court issued no rulings Friday on the city’s smoking ban, nor the murder conviction of Martin Miller. Oral arguments in the cases were held before the court in April, and Friday was the earliest date when the court could have issued rulings.
Photos at center of appeal
Supreme Court considers claim that pornographic images were irrelevant
April 26, 2007
Pornographic photographs found on the computer of Martin Miller, a Lawrence man who was convicted of killing his wife, were at the center of Miller’s appeal Wednesday before the Kansas Supreme Court.
Miller’s appeal stems from photos
April 25, 2007
A Lawrence man convicted of killing his wife in 2004 made an appeal to the Kansas Supreme Court today.
Kansas Supreme Court hears Martin Miller appeal
Photos at heart of argument
April 25, 2007
On Wednesday, Miller’s attorney Sarah Ellen Johnson said the jury in his trial shouldn’t have seen the pornographic photos because they were irrelevant to Mary Miller’s death.
Miller appeals murder conviction to state Supreme Court
April 18, 2007
Martin Miller, a Lawrence man sentenced to life in prison for killing his wife, wants to be given a new trial in hopes of reversing his conviction.