Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-09-20 14:04:20 –
Chaffee County, Colorado — Arrest documents A man accused of murdering his wife on Mother’s Day weekend in 2020 was released after several months of sealing.
Barry Morph was arrested on May 5, 2021 and charged with one murder after the disappearance of his two daughters’ mother, Sae Yamamoto.
At a press conference in May 2021, Chaffee County Sheriff John Spezze said the body had not been recovered, but his “belief that Sae Yamamoto is not alive at this time.”
On Friday, Chaffee County Judge Patrick Murphy discovered that there were sufficient possible causes of primary murder and tampering with the deceased’s body to bring Morph’s case to trial. Morph’s trial is scheduled for May 3, 2022. However, the judge said the prosecution did not fulfill the burden of proof.Judge Murphy breaks Morph’s bond $ 500,000 cash only..
Morphs are faced with the following seven deadly sins:
Morph kept his innocence. Once he is released from prison, he must have an ankle monitor and surrender his passport and all guns. Judge Murphy also said Morph lives in Chaffee County and must appear directly in all proceedings. Protective orders against witnesses such as Jeff Ribler, Andy Mooreman, David Mooreman, Melinda Mooreman, Holly Wilson, Sheila Oliver, Jean Ritter, Martin Ritter, Brad Oswald, Morgan Gentile, Cassidy Cordova there is.
Morphy’s next court day will be Tuesday, November 9th, at 1:30 pm, which will be a motion hearing. The defense has filed allegations of breach of discovery and breach of court order to limit pretrial advertising.
This article will be updated.
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