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Nicolas Holzer Declared Sane, Guilty of Murder

Nicolas Holzer declared sane at the time that he killed both of his parents, his two sons, and the family dog in 2014. (June 29, 2018)

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Nicolas Holzer leaving the courtroom after being found sane at the time that he killed both of his parents, his two sons, and the family dog in 2014. (June 29, 2018)

Published on June 29, 2018

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Defense attorney Christine Voss during closing statements in the sanity phase hearing of the Holzer murder trial.

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Prosecutor Ron Zonen during closing statements in the sanity phase hearing of the Holzer murder trial.

Published on June 29, 2018

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Nicolas Holzer sitting in court during closing statements in the sanity phase hearing of his murder trial.

Published on June 29, 2018

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Defense attorney Christine Voss during closing statements in the sanity phase hearing of the Holzer murder trial.

Published on June 29, 2018

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Judge Brian listens to closing statements in the sanity phase hearing of the Holzer murder trial.

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Nicolas Holzer sitting in court during closing statements in the sanity phase hearing of his murder trial with a 2014 video of him in a police car 2014 projected on the screen.

Published on June 29, 2018

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Judge Brian listens to closing statements in the sanity phase hearing of the Holzer murder trial.

Published on June 29, 2018

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Defense attorney Christine Voss during closing statements in the sanity phase hearing of the Holzer murder trial.

Published on June 29, 2018

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Judge Brian Hill finds that Nicolas Holzer was sane at the time he killed both of his parents, his two sons, and the family dog. (June 29, 2018)

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Prosecutor Ron Zonen leaves the courthouse happy with the judges verdict in the Holzer trial. (June 29, 2018)

Published on June 29, 2018

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