Although most of the DNA evidence in the case against Meechaiel Criner was thrown out by the judge, the prosecution spent Tuesday discussing the remaining physical evidence. Criner, a 20-year-old homeless man, is indicted for capital murder changes in connection with the 2016 murder of Haruka Weiser.
Every four years, fans across the world gather to watch the FIFA World Cup. For some students at The University of Texas who grew up watching the World Cup with their families at home, being in college during the quadrennial tournament can be as difficult as spending a holiday apart.
While most college students spend their summer vacation relaxing, UT students Arjun Menta, Logan Hageman and Uksang Yoo spent the past week in London presenting their project, the “LV FruitFly System,” at the 2018 Shell Ideas360 competition.
Attorneys in the trial of Meechaiel Criner, who was indicted on capital murder charges in connection with the death of dance freshman Haruka Weiser, focused Monday on a single pair of eyeglasses and the homeless shelter where Criner was found.