James Alex Fields, Jr., the man who rammed his car into a crowd of people on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall, has been found guilty of first-degree murder.
Jurors have found James Alex Fields, Junior guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Heather Heyer. The jury also returned guilty verdicts on all of the other charges.
Jurors are entering the deliberations phase in the James Alex Fields, Junior trial.
Attorneys for James A. Fields, Jr. are expected to rest their case Thursday, Dec. 6. The defense called six people to the witness stand Wednesday, Dec. 5.
Jurors are seeing a different side of the man who was behind the wheel of the car attack in downtown Charlottesville on August 12, 2017. The defense is now presenting its case.
Heather Heyer had "almost zero chance" of surviving her injuries, according to testimony Monday from a fire captain who responded to the chaotic scene at Fourth Street on Aug. 12, 2017.
The second day of testimony in a weeks-long murder trial is giving jurors more insight from those directly affected by the deadly car attack in downtown Charlottesville on Aug. 12, 2017.
Jurors are hearing testimony from witnesses and victims connected to the deadly car attack that occurred after the Unite the Right rally in downtown Charlottesville last summer.
Lawyers and court officials continued to interview potential jurors all day Wednesday as James Alex Fields, Junior's trial entered its third day in Charlottesville Circuit Court.
Jury selection has taken up the whole second day of trial for the man charged with the murder of Heather Heyer.
Trial for an Ohio man accused of plowing a car through a group of counter demonstrators is now underway in Charlottesville Circuit Court. James A. Fields, Jr. is charged with first-degree murder.
Jurors are expected to see unprecedented amounts of video evidence during the weeks-long trial of James Alex Fields Junior.
Final preparations are underway in Charlottesville Circuit Court for a three-week, high-profile murder trial. James A. Fields Junior is set to stand trial starting Monday, Nov. 26.
Prosecutors and lawyers for the man accused of killing Heather Heyer when he drove a car into a crowd of counterprotestors following the Unite the Right rally have agreed that the judge should not try to salvage potential jurors who state any biases during the jury selection process.
Charlottesville’s Circuit Court will have some new restrictions during the three-week trial of James Alex Fields Jr., the man accused of plowing a car into a crowd of counterdemonstrators, resulting in the death of Heather Heyer.
Prosecutors and attorneys for James Alex Fields Jr. gathered at City Circuit Court on Monday afternoon for a motions hearing.
The man accused of plowing through a group of counter demonstrators following the 2017 Unite the Right rally is set to go before a judge Tuesday.
Charlottesville Circuit Court is taking up pretrial motions related to James Alex Fields Jr.
A judge is declining to move James Alex Fields Junior's murder trial out of Charlottesville. For now, the court will try to seat a jury of city residents.
The attorney for James Alex Fields Jr., the Ohio man accused of a deadly car attack along the Downtown Mall, does not believe her client can get a fair trial from a Charlottesville jury.
James Alex Fields Jr. , the Ohio man charged in connection to a deadly car incident in downtown Charlottesville, is pleading not guilty to dozens of federal charges.
The man who authorities say drove his car into a crowd at a white nationalist rally, killing a woman and injuring 19 others, has made a second court appearance.
The man charged with second-degree murder stemming from a deadly car attack on 4th Street Saturday that killed Heather Heyer and injured over a dozen others is now facing more charges.
Former Albemarle County Commonwealth’s Attorney Denise Lunsford is now representing James Fields, the man accused of driving a car into protesters.
The Ohio man charged in connection with a deadly car attack on Charlottesville's Downtown Mall made his first court appearance Monday.