An Oswego man charged with killing his wife and three children in 2007 is set to go on trial starting in August.
Anticipating a “very rare” suicide defense from accused family killer Christopher Vaughn, a Will County judge ruled Thursday jurors may see several online chat messages and emails written by his late wife, Sun-Times Media is reporting.
Prosecutors want hundreds of pages of e-mails for the murder trial of Christopher Vaughn of Oswego, who is accused of killing his wife and three children in 2007.
An Oswego man charged with killing his wife and three children in 2007 might have been researching ways to fake his own death.
Will County prosecutors want to admit email and Internet chat evidence into the murder case against Christopher Vaughn.
Court appearances are scheduled today for defendants in two high-profile Illinois murder cases.