Soldier Accused Murdering Wife, Baby Daughter on Trial
Kip Lynch's lawyer argued in court over the admissibility of text messages, specifically the communication between Lynch and his wife before she was killed.
Today the trial against soldier Kip Lynch continued at the Nesbett Courthouse in downtown Anchorage.
Early this morning in trial the defense requested that evidence be thrown out. Lynch’s lawyer argued over the admissibility of text messages between Lynch and his wife Racquell right before she was killed.
Lawyers for both sides argued their case on why the evidence should be eliminated and why it should be kept.
The defense not only wanted the messages kept out but also suggested a mistrial.
The prosecution explained to Judge Spann they initially didn’t look at the contents of the cell phone when it was taken from the murder scene, and things changed afterwards.