Defense seeks new trial for Vaughn
Attorneys cite Drew Peterson case among reasons for request
JOLIET, Ill. — Attorneys representing an Oswego man convicted of killing his wife and children on the side of a Channahon frontage road in 2007 are seeking a new trial in the case.
At the sentencing hearing Monday for Christopher Vaughn, Vaughn's attorney George Lenard said the amended motion has been filed and included 51 grounds for a new trial.
Vaughn was found guilty Sept. 20 on four counts of first-degree murder for the June 14, 2007, deaths of his wife, Kimberly, and children Abigayle, 12; Cassandra, 11; and Blake, 8.
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