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D.C. Superior Court Judge Russell Canan '76 in ABC News on Georgetown Murder Trial

Friday, February 10, 2012   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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D.C. Superior Court Judge Russell Canan '76 was quoted in The Washington Post, ABC News, The Examiner, and The Washington Times. Albrecht Gero Muth, the man accused of fatally beating his socialite wife in Georgetown, is hospitalized and has been on a hunger strike for nearly two months. In November, Muth fired his attorneys and decided to represent himself at trial. Judge Russell Canan said Muth cannot continue representing himself.

Read more about the trial:
The Washington Post, "Judge: Albrecht Gero Muth could face ‘grave situation’"
ABC News, "Judge: Man Accused of Killing Wife Can't Be Lawyer"
The Examiner, "Man accused of killing socialite wife too ill to represent self"
The Washington Times, "Judge: Muth cannot defend self in Drath murder trial"
Georgetown Patch, "Albrecht Muth Calls Himself a Prophet, Claims to See Archangel Gabriel"
Washingtonian, "Accused Murderer Albrecht Muth is Eating Again, But Will Go To St. Elizabeth's For Full Competency Evaluation"
The Republic, "German-born man charged with killing socialite wife in DC to be transferred to psych hospital"
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