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Posted: Wednesday, 25 June 2014 5:10PM

Korolevich Submits To Bench Trial



The man accused of killing his wife shortly after she returned from serving in the military overseas will not face a jury when his case goes to trial in December. Michael Korolevich appeared before Circuit Judge Andrew Self Wednesday afternoon. Korolevich's attorney Michael Thompson told Judge Self that his client would be willing to submit to a bench trial to speed the case along.


   
Judge Self agreed and set the date for trial at December 1st. A bench trial means that Korolevich's case will not be heard by a jury but will be ruled on by the Judge. Korolevich is accused of shooting his wife, Kathleen McGee, in the head at their home in Oak Grove in December of 2011. Korolevich claimed to police at the time that she had committed suicide.

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