A Tucson man accused of beating his girlfriend to death with a crowbar convinced a judge Friday to reduce his bond from $500,000 to $10,000. If he's able to post the bond, pretrial services will monitor him until his case is resolved.
The defense attorneys in the Michael Carlson double homicide trial put one witness on the stand Friday, but it's what happened after he stepped down and the jury left the courthouse that's more interesting.
A 55-year-old terminally ill man with a long history of domestic
violence convictions was sentenced to life in prison without the
possibility of release Tuesday for killing his ex girlfriend in a