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Crime Judge To Reveal Verdict In Trial Of Man Charged In Trooper Thomas Clardy Death

18:55  12 november  2019
18:55  12 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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“The death of Trooper Clardy on this date was no accident,” Prosecutor Jeff Travers said during his opening statement. Njuguna waived his right to a jury and will instead face a bench trial in Worcester Superior Court where a judge will decide his fate.

WORCESTER (CBS) – A verdict is expected Tuesday afternoon in the trial of a driver charged in the death of a Massachusetts State Trooper.

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Prosecutors say 33-year-old David Njuguna of Webster was speeding when he crashed into the back of Trooper Thomas Clardy’s parked cruiser on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Charlton on March 16, 2016.

Njuguna was indicted on several charges including manslaughter and motor vehicle homicide while under the influence of drugs. Prosecutors say marijuana was found in his car and THC was found in blood samples taken from him roughly an hour after the crash.

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WORCESTER (CBS) – The man charged in the death of Massachusetts State Trooper Thomas Clardy had to be removed from court Tuesday after he suddenly spoke out loud, apologized and Njuguna waived his right to a jury so Judge Kenton-Walker will decide his fate after the 7-day trial .

Njuguna waived his right to a jury and Worcester Superior Court Judge Janet Kenton-Walker presided over the 7-day trial. She will issue her ruling Tuesday at 3 p.m.

During closing arguments October 29, Njuguna’s attorney Peter Ettenberg said a seizure could not be ruled out as the cause of the crash.

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David Njuguna in Worcester Superior Court, October 29, 2019. (WBZ-TV)

Those closing arguments were delayed after Njuguna had an outburst in court, apologized to Clardy’s widow and then ignored the judge’s order to stop talking.

Kenton-Walker told Njuguna she would not accept his statement because he wasn’t under oath.

Ettenberg and co-counsel Jaclyn Rose Greenhalgh then withdrew from the case November 4, citing a breakdown in their relationship with their client.

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The attorney of a man charged in the death of Massachusetts State Police Trooper Thomas Clardy withdrew from the The motion comes after Njuguna's outburst last week, during which he interrupted closing arguments to apologize to Clardy 's widow and openly question his lawyer and the legal process.

Clardy was 44 years old and an 11-year veteran of State Police. He left behind his wife and seven children.

Case of Trooper Clardy's death: Njuguna asks for, gets return of lawyers he rejected .
WORCESTER -- At the request of David K. Njuguna, the Webster man convicted of manslaughter and motor vehicle homicide in the 2016 death of Massachusetts State Trooper Thomas L. Clardy, a judge reappointed lawyers Peter L. Ettenberg and Jaclyn R. Greenhalgh Wednesday to represent him. Sentencing in Njuguna's case is scheduled for Thursday afternoon in Worcester Superior Court. On Nov. 12, after Sentencing in Njuguna's case is scheduled for Thursday afternoon in Worcester Superior Court.

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