Bob Bashara, the Grosse Pointe Park man convicted of having his wife killed, was back in court Friday to resume testifying in his pursuit for a new trial.
Bob Bashara returned to the stand on Monday in Wayne County Circuit Court.
The Grosse Pointe Park man convicted of arranging his wife's death took the stand Thursday as part of his efforts to get a new trial.
A judge has agreed to hear testimony during an evidentiary hearing for Bob Bashara, who is seeking a new trial after being convicted of arranging his wife's death.
Bob Bashara said his attorneys failed to follow his suggestions for witnesses to be called and points to argue. He said he was told "they had this."
He is sharing a cell and will get a minimal amount of time outside of it.
Jury foreman Bill Mahney and juror No. 16 Regis Johnson said the jury was attentive, emotional and worked through the three months of evidence presented to them.
The case began Jan. 24, 2012 when Bob Bashara reported his wife Jane missing about 11 p.m. that Tuesday.
The murder of Jane Bashara shocked her many friends in the Grosse Pointes. They couldn't believe such a shocking crime had touched their tranquil neighborhoods and taken such a vibrant member of the community.
Bob Bashara has been found guilty of murdering his wife Jane Bashara, and other charges including obstruction of justice and witness intimidation.
Jane Bashara's mother says she is feeling a little bit of everything.
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