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Appeals court ruling: Still murder

Murder is still a “capital crime,” even if the killer can’t be executed under tribal law, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said in this ruling.


New evidence in Shellye Stark trial

A letter from Barb Prokopich dated March 30, 2009, entered in Shellye Stark’s defense after her conviction of first-degree murder.


Michael Cathcart statement

Statement by Michael Cathcart, the juror dismissed from the Shellye Stark murder trial.


Stark homicide / Statement in support of restraining order

A supporting statement for Shellye Stark’s petition for a restraining order against her husband, Dale Robert Starks. Shellye Stark is going to trial on charges of first-degree murder in his …


Stark homicide / investigating officer’s statement

Police affidavit of facts in the death of Dale Robert Stark. His estranged wife, Shellye Stark, is going to trial on charges of first-degree murder in his death.


Stark homicide / Petition for restraining order

Shellye Stark’s Dec. 7, 2007, petition for a restraining against husband, Dale Robert Stark. Shellye Stark is going to trial on charges of first-degree murder in his death.


Stark homicide / Husband’s estate

A document filed by the lawyer for Shellye Stark opposing efforts by the administrator of her slain husband’s estate to have a judge determine who will receive the inheritance. Stark …


Stark homicide / probable cause

Police statement of arresting officer and affidavit of probable cause in the arrest of Shellye Stark in the killing of her estranged husband. Stark is going to trial on charges …



Stark homicide / estate administrator’s argument against Stark

The administrator of Dale Robert Stark’s estate argues that Stark’s will should not go to his wife, Shellye Stark, who has been charged with first-degree murder in his death.


Becky Brosnan’s 1997 no-contact order

A no-contact order Becky Brosnan filed against her husband, Uriah Brosnan, in December 1997 citing physical and emotional abuse.