SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – In their third full day of deliberation, jurors in the Adam Lee Hall triple murder case told the judge that they have been unable to come up with a unanimous verdict.
The jurors handed Judge Jeffrey Kinder a note Friday morning, saying that they have been deadlocked since Tuesday. Kinder called the jurors into court and gave them instructions to keep deliberating.
Closing arguments in the case were held on Monday, and jurors did not deliberate on Wednesday, due to court being closed for the winter storm that moved through that day.
Hall, a member of the Hell’s Angels motorcycle gang, is accused of killing Edward Frampton, Robert Chadwell, and David Glasser of Pittsfield back in 2011. The lifeless bodies of the three men were found on private property in the town of Becket.
Prosecutors have charged that Hall wanted Glasser dead to prevent him from testifying in an assault case, and the other two were killed to eliminate any witnesses. Defense attorneys said that there is no physical evidence linking Hall to the
The case was moved from Pittsfield to Springfield due to the large amount of publicity the case received in Berkshire County.
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