The third day of evidence and witness testimony will be presented today in San Mateo Superior Court in the murder trial of Tyler James Hutchinson, accused of killing Albert Korn in 2009.
The jury trial, which began on Feb. 7, will resume Monday morning in the courtroom of Judge Mark Forcum. Assistant district attorney Morris Maya is expected to present further evidence linking Hutchinson, 25, to the scene of the June 2, 2009 crime in which 88-year-old Albert Korn was beaten during a home invasion. Korn died as a result of the beating on June 17, 2009.
On Friday, the jury examined evidence and heard testimony from four witnesses: Belmont police officer Donald Lewis, Matthew Korn (the victim’s son) who was the last one to see the Albert Korn alive; Gabriele Korn (the victim’s wife) who described Albert Korn and his habits and customs; and Detective Peter Lotti.
Hutchinson remains in custody on a no-bail status. His defense attorney is James Thompson.
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