Douglas County District Court judge Robert Fairchild, right, meets with prosecutors and defense attorneys in his Lawrence, Kan. courtroom, Monday, February 28, 2005, during the murder trial of Kansas State University professor Thomas E. Murray. From left are defense attorney Robert Eye, defense attorney Pedro Irigonegaray and assistant district attorney and prosecutor Tom Bath. Murray is charged with murdering his ex-wife, Carmin D. Ross, in November 2003 at her home in northwest Lawrence, Kan.
Lacey Bonine, of Manhattan, Kan., left, Tom E. Murray's baby sitter, looks over a pair of Murray's shoes during testimony Monday, February 28, 2005, in Douglas County District court. Bonine was asked if she recognized the pair as being worn by Murray on Nov. 13, 2003, when Murray dropped his daughter off at Bonine's house to babysit.
Lacey Bonine, of Manhattan, Kan., left, Tom E. Murray's baby sitter, is asked by assistant district attorney Tom Bath, right, modeling a jacket of Murray's in Douglas County Court Monday, February 28, 2005, to identify if it was the jacket Murray was wearing on Nov. 13, 2003, when Murray dropped his daughter off at Bonine's house to babysit.
Assistant district attorney Angela Wilson visits with members of the Carmin D. Ross family during testimony in the murder trial of Tom E. Murray, Monday, February 28, 2005.