Jurors in Adam Lee Hall trial get a snow day
SPRINGFIELD (AP) - Jurors get a snow day at the murder trial of a Hells Angels motorcycle club member charged with killing three Pittsfield men in 2011.
The panel considered Adam Lee Hall's case on Monday afternoon and Tuesday. Judge Jeffrey Kinder let them off Wednesday because of the predicted snowstorm. They return Thursday.
The Springfield Republican reports Kinder denied the jurors' request for a map of the Lee, Lenox, Becket, Pittsfield area. He told them a map hasn't been introduced in the evidence they must consider.
Hall, of Peru, Mass., and two others are charged with fatally shooting David Glasser, Edward Frampton and Robert Chadwell.
Prosecutors say Hall killed Glasser to keep him from testifying in an assault case, and the others were killed to eliminate witnesses.
The defense says there's no physical evidence linking Hall to the killings.
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