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When the jury rendered a verdict of not guilty last week, the trial of Joseph Thompson came to a close. Still, we join many in the Berkshire c…
Was Joseph Thompson charged with motor vehicle homicide by negligent operation because of his fame, as founder of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art? Did a change in the Berkshire district attorney's office influence the decision to prosecute? The Eagle starts at the beginning of a fatal road encounter in 2018 and chronicles legal decisions on the four-year road to trial.
UPDATED: Mass MoCA founding director Joseph Thompson has been found not guilty of motor vehicle homicide by negligent operation.
Testimony continued Tuesday in the motor vehicle homicide trial of former Mass MoCA Director Joseph Thompson.
Former Mass MoCA director Joseph Thompson stands trial in Central Berkshire District Court on a charge of vehicular homicide for the 2018 moto…
Former Mass MoCA director Joseph Thompson, facing a charge of motor vehicle homicide by negligent operation, took the stand Wednesday in his defense. He said that as he drove north on Church Street in North Adams one July night in 2018, he saw the single headlight of a motorcycle cross the center line and fully enter his lane. "When I first became aware of it, it was near the centerline of the road passing into my lane, and arcing up to my right."
The vehicular manslaughter retrial of the founding director of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art started Monday in a Pittsfield courtroom.
A bus that was carrying jurors to visit the scene of a fatal 2018 collision was involved in a crash Monday, prompting the judge to declare a mistrial in the case against former Mass MoCA Director Joseph Thompson.
The vehicular manslaughter trial of former Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art chief Joseph Thompson is set to begin in June in Central Berkshire District Court.
After coronavirus deferrals and a change of venue, a trial date has been set in the vehicular homicide case against Joseph Thompson, the former director of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.