F. Glenn Miller Jr., accused of killing three people outside of Jewish facilities in Overland Park last year, was denied his motion to use a “compelling necessity” defense in his trial at a hearing Friday in Johnson County District Court. Miller has taken over his own defense in the capital murder case.
F. Glenn Miller Jr., accused of killing three people outside of Jewish facilities in Overland Park last year, was denied his motion to use a “compelling necessity” defense in his trial at a hearing Friday in Johnson County District Court. Miller has taken over his own defense in the capital murder case. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD TLJUNGBLAD@KCSTAR.COM
F. Glenn Miller Jr., accused of killing three people outside of Jewish facilities in Overland Park last year, was denied his motion to use a “compelling necessity” defense in his trial at a hearing Friday in Johnson County District Court. Miller has taken over his own defense in the capital murder case. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD TLJUNGBLAD@KCSTAR.COM