Daniel William Marsh; 17; watches as members of his family; the media and spectators enter the Yolo County Superior Court in Woodland on Tuesday; Sept. 30; 2014. Marsh; who was convicted the week prior of first-degree murder in the stabbings of an elderly Davis couple; was found to be sane at the time of the killings.
Daniel William Marsh; 17; watches as members of his family; the media and spectators enter the Yolo County Superior Court in Woodland on Tuesday; Sept. 30; 2014. Marsh; who was convicted the week prior of first-degree murder in the stabbings of an elderly Davis couple; was found to be sane at the time of the killings. Pool photograph by The Davis Enterprise
Daniel William Marsh; 17; watches as members of his family; the media and spectators enter the Yolo County Superior Court in Woodland on Tuesday; Sept. 30; 2014. Marsh; who was convicted the week prior of first-degree murder in the stabbings of an elderly Davis couple; was found to be sane at the time of the killings. Pool photograph by The Davis Enterprise
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