Prosecutor Tom Bath, from left, talks with defense attorney Pedro Irigonegaray, as defendant Thomas E. Murray and defense attorney Robert Eye have a discussion during a break in Murray's murder trial Friday afternoon in Douglas County District Court. Murray is standing trial in the slaying of his ex-wife, Carmin D. Ross.
From left, Prosecutor Tom Bath, Defense attorney's Pedro Irigonegaray and Bob Eye and Assistant Dist. Atty. Angela Wilson look over evidence before submitting it during Friday's proceedings in Douglas County Court.
Defense attorneys, from left, Bob Eye and Pedro Irigonegaray look over some evidence with Assistant Dist. Atty. Tom Bath as Judge Robert Fairchild watches on during Friday's proceedings in Douglas County District Court.
Lawrence Police Sgt. Dan Ward testified Friday in the trial of Thomas E. Murray, who is charged in the slaying of his ex-wife, Carmin D. Ross. Ward described some evidence found at Murray's home in Manhattan, including a canceled change of address form. He also described how detectives used a glow-in-the-dark substance to search for blood in Murray's car and garage.