Nearly four years after her arrest in the murder of her ex-husband, Pamela Phillips was sentenced Thursday to spend the rest of her life in prison.
Pamela Phillips will spend the remainder of her life in prison.
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A jury has found the woman accused of having her ex-husband killed with a pipe bomb guilty of murder.
Deputy Pima County Attorney Rick Unklesbay told jurors in Pamela Phillips’ murder trial Wednesday the former Tucsonan had her ex-husband killed because she resented losing her big-spending lifestyle after her divorce.
A witness for the defense in the first-degree murder trial of Pamela Phillips on Wednesday said he lied to the FBI in 1997 when he claimed he had information about who killed her ex-husband, Gary Triano.
Prosecutors with the Pima County Attorney’s Office on Friday rested their case against Pamela Phillips in connection with the car-bomb killing of her ex husband.
A former friend of murder suspect Pamela Phillips testified Thursday that Phillips told her she wanted to have her ex-husband, Gary Triano, killed.
A malicious and materialistic socialite or a woman duped by a con man and swept up by circumstances. Those are the opposing portrayals jurors heard on the first day of Pamela Phillips’ murder trial.
Murder suspect Pamela Phillips' bond was lowered to $4 million from $5 million at a hearing in Pima County Superior Court Monday.
Pamela Phillips has been sitting in the Pima County jail since July 2010, unable to post her $5 million bail.
Pamela Phillips' defense attorneys believe their client remains mentally unfit to stand trial and would like her to be medicated, but the judge presiding over her case strongly disagrees.
Pamela Phillips’ defense attorneys believe their client remains mentally unfit to stand trial and would like her to be medicated, but the judge presiding over her case strongly disagrees.
Doctors have decided Pamela Phillips is now mentally fit to be tried on charges alleging she had her former husband killed nearly 16 years ago.
Doctors have decided Pamela Phillips is now mentally fit to proceed to trial on charges alleging she had her former husband killed 16 years ago.
A judge ruled Monday that murder victim Gary Triano's three children have a "superior" claim to $200,000 in a Colorado bank in his ex-wife's - and alleged killer's - name.
Twenty days before Pima County sheriff's deputies went to Colorado to arrest Pamela Phillips for murder, Phillips wrote two checks totaling $200,000 to herself, got on a plane and left for Europe.
The lawyer representing a woman in the bombing death of her former husband has been pulled from the case by Pima County Legal Defender Isabel Garcia, who claims the judge has made it "impossible" for the attorney to do his job.