- Jordan Brown Case
Jordan Brown, Five Years Later: Slaying shocks community; case drags on
First in a Series: It’s been five years since Jordan Brown, then 11, was charged with fatally shooting his father’s pregnant fianceé. Family members on both sides are still searching for answers.
- Jordan Brown, Five Years Later: What happened — and when
State’s high court sets hearing on teen’s case
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear arguments on the Jordan Brown case March 11 in Philadelphia. Last month, the high court agreed to hear the appeal, filed by the office of the Pennsylvania Attorney General.
State Supreme Court asked to review Jordan Brown case
Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court has been asked to review a lower court’s ruling that overturned the conviction of Jordan Brown. Defense attorneys do not believe the case will be heard.
Jordan Brown Case: High court rejects request in teen’s case
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has told state prosecutors it doesn’t want to hear a re-argument of Jordan Brown’s appeal.
Jordan Brown Case: Teen’s evaluation frustrates victim’s family
Jordan Brown is doing well academically but may not be receiving adequate rehabilitative treatment, according to his victim’s family.
Prosecutors granted stay in Jordan Brown decision
A hearing on the status of a boy accused in a 2009 fatal shooting has been canceled. The hearing on 15-year-old Jordan Brown’s detention had been planned for Lawrence County Court today, but was canceled after prosecutors requested, and received, a stay in the proceedings.
Jordan Brown Case: Next step unclear, attorneys say
The Jordan Brown case has stretched into its fifth year. But it is not over yet. And the lawyers representing the 15-year-old don’t know exactly what will happen next.
Jordan Brown Case: Victim’s parents ‘devastated’ by ruling
Kenzie Houk’s parents are devastated — again. The first time was when she was fatally shot in February, 2009. The second time was Wednesday, when they learned of a ruling by the Pennsylvania Superior Court.
Appeals court overturns Jordan Brown ruling
A Pennsylvania appeals court has overturned the Jordan Brown decision in Lawrence County. As a result, a new juvenile proceeding will be needed for the now-15-year-old accused in the 2009 shooting death of his father’s pregnant fiancée, Kenzie Houk.
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