PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Closing arguments in the Nancy Brophy murder trial painted a stark difference for the jury who will soon decide whether the 71-year-old romance novelist shot her husband, Dan Brophy, to death at the Oregon Culinary Institute nearly 4 years ago.
Following a day of testimony by police detectives, the murder trial of Nancy Brophy is expected to resume around 9 a.m. Wednesday in Multnomah County.
The jury will continue to deliberate Wednesday in the murder trial of Nancy Brophy, accused of killing her husband in a methodical plot in 2018.
The first week of Nancy Brophy’s murder trial was filled with students, police and Dan Brophy’s parents as the prosecution set to lay out their case that she killed him June 2, 2018 at the Oregon Culinary Institute in a well-thought out plan.
After 8 days of testimony over 2 weeks, the prosecution continues to make its case against Nancy Crampton Brophy, the romance novelist accused of killing her husband, Chef Daniel Brophy at the Oregon Culinary Institute on June 2, 2018.
The second week of the Nancy Brophy murder trial is set to resume Monday morning with the prosecution continuing to lay out their case the romance novelist murdered her chef husband at the Oregon Culinary Institute in 2018.
The murder trial for Oregon romance novelist Nancy Crampton Brophy began Monday, April 4, 2022.
Following an unexpected week-long delay because of COVID, the murder trial of Nancy Brophy is once again postponed until Tuesday.
Nancy Crampton Brophy, convicted May 25 for killing her husband at the Oregon Culinary Institute in 2018, was sentenced to life in prison Monday.
After 5 weeks of straightforward testimony, a twist arrived in the murder trial of Nancy Brophy on Friday regarding a potential witness who met Brophy in jail.