Mario Casciaro, Exonerated Of Murder Conviction, Has Strong Hopes For Future After Passing Bar ExamMario Casciaro was wrongfully convicted of murdering his coworker – in what remains one of the biggest unsolved cases in McHenry County. Now Casciaro is using his experience to make sure it never happens again.
Mario Casciaro: From Being Convicted Of Murder And Exonerated To Passing Bar ExamOn Sept. 23, 2015, Mario Casciaro was surrounded by relatives as he left Menard State Prison – having been exonerated of orchestrating a murder 13 years earlier in the northwest suburbs in which the body was never found.
Wrongfully Convicted Man Wants 'To Prevent This From Happening To Next Person'
Court Overturns Murder Conviction In Notorious McHenry County CaseThe Illinois Appellate Court has overturned the conviction of Mario Casciaro for the 2002 murder of 17-year-old Brian Carrick, one of the most controversial murder cases ever in McHenry County.
Man Sentenced In 2002 Death Of Teen Brian CarrickMore than 10 years after teenager Brian Carrick disappeared, the man convicted of ordering Carrick's death was sentenced to 26 years in prison Thursday.
Guilty Verdict In Teen's 2002 Disappearance A verdict--in the death of a teenager who vanished more than ten years ago. His body was never found but Tuesday night that didn't stop a jury from convicting a man in his death. Mario Casciaro has been found guilty of first degree murder.
Hung Jury In 2002 Murder Case In McHenry CountyA McHenry County jury was unable to reach a verdict in the murder trial of a man accused in the 2002 murder of a Johnsburg teenager whose body was never found.
Trial Underway In Murder Of Teen Whose Body Was Never FoundThe trial is underway for a man accused in the apparent murder of a McHenry County teenager whose body was never found.
Murder Trial To Begin For McHenry County Man; Body Never FoundThe body never was found, but prosecutors are going forward today with a murder trial in McHenry County.