Competency evaluation stalls arguments in Martin MacNeill murder case

Sentencing in the murder case for Martin MacNeill, a former Pleasant Grove doctor recently convicted of killing his wife, is on hold because of competency issues in a separate sexual abuse case.

 On Nov. 9, a jury convicted MacNeill, 57, of first-degree felony murder and second-degree felony obstruction of justice in the death of his wife, Michele MacNeill.Martin MacNeill was scheduled to be in court on Thursday for oral arguments regarding a motion his attorney filed asking 4th District Judge Derek Pullan to arrest judgment in the case.


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