Another mental competency review for Nassau County man charged with murdering 3 family members
Attorneys for Nassau County father William Broyles, who was charged with murdering three family members, will be in court on Thursday morning for another mental competency review. Broyles is not expected to be in the courtroom.
Mental competency claims raised by attorneys in high-profile Jacksonville-area death cases
Attorneys who are representing defendants in five high-profile Northeast Florida cases that involve charges of either manslaughter or murder have brought into question their client’s mental competency, and some have requested evaluations.
Attorney: Doctor says man accused of killing wife, 2 adult children isn’t competent for trial
The man accused of fatally shooting his wife and their adult daughter and son at their Nassau County home in December is not competent to stand trial, according to a doctor who evaluated William Broyles, his attorney told a Nassau County judge on Thursday.
State plans to seek death penalty in case of Nassau man accused of killing wife, daughter, son
Prosecutors have notified William Broyles, the man accused of fatally shooting his wife, daughter and son at their Nassau County home, that they intend to seek the death penalty should he be found guilty of first-degree murder charges, according to a court document obtained Wednesday by News4JAX.
Nassau man accused of killing wife, daughter, son indicted for 1st degree murder
A court document obtained Wednesday by News4JAX show that William Broyles, the Nassau County man accused of fatally shooting his wife, daughter and son at their home, has been indicted on three counts of first-degree murder.