Janet's parents and brother presented victim impact statements, which outlined their arguments for sentencing.
The statement details the pain Janet's parents and brother have felt since her murder tenmore>>
Her parents and brother are expected to testify before the court as to why Perry should get the maximum sentence.
NewsChannel 5 obtained an exclusive copy of their victim impact statement, which outlinesmore>>
March was convicted last week of murdering his wife Janet.
In the latest twist to the case, sources told NewsChannel 5 that March is now trying to convert from Christianity back to Judaism.
He went back to his usual cell at the Davidson County jail to await sentencing for the murder of his wife Janet.
March showed no emotion in the courtroom when the jury read the guilty verdict, and nowmore>>
Arthur's attorney said he could be out of jail in less than 15 months because he cooperated with investigators.
"Well I can't say Colonel March and I are surprised by the verdict," Arthur's attorneymore>>
Metro police said they will follow all new leads that could take them to Janet March's body.
Arthur March told investigators he helped Perry take the body to Kentucky where he put it under a brush pile.more>>
Janet was only 33 years old when she disappeared in 1996. She had two young children and a thriving career as an artist.
From the trial for the person who killed her, Janet's friends remember her. Thosemore>>
Around 12:00 p.m., the jury made a request to review the testimony of two witness, so Judge Steve Dozier called the lawyers back into the courtroom to make the decision of whether or not to give the jurymore>>
12:45 The jury wants to review the testimony of Jose Sandoval, a lawyer from Mexico who accused Perry of threatening to kill him. Sandoval said Perry told him he would kill him like he killed his wife.more>>
Some decided they want more than an outsiders' view, and have been reporting to the courtroom for a front-row seat to the action.
Inside the Birch Building, one of city's biggest trials has people captivated.more>>
Complete timeline of events in the March murder case
Perry March's "To-do" list during Janet's vacation (PDF)
Transcript of conversations between Perry March and Russell Nathanielmore>>
The women have a special interest in the case, and they spoke exclusively with NewsChannel 5 Tuesday. They and their fellow jurors unanimously convicted March in the murder-for-hire conspiracy case withmore>>
Complete timeline of events in the March murder case
Perry March's "To-do" list during Janet's vacation (PDF)
Transcript of conversations between Perry March and Russell Nathanielmore>>
The judge took a quick break after 5:00pm Monday evening. Everyone assumed the trial would resume in 15 minutes, but instead Samson March, the Levines, Perry March and attorneys on both sides met behindmore>>
6:09 Court adjourned for the evening.
6:04 Scott Parsley, Samson March's court guardian, takes the stand to testify. He established Sammi's unwillingness to testify.
6:00 Jury re-enters courtroom,more>>
Cornelius King told the jury about conversations he and Perry had behind bars.
"He said that the altercation got physical and he ended up hitting her across the head with a wrench," said Cornelius King.more>>
NewsChannel 5 has obtained a copy of the letters. Prosecutors say Janet eventually found the letters, and confronted Perry about them.
The letters are sexually explicit. He wrote them to a paralegalmore>>
It's unusual for court to be in session on a Saturday, but so much about this trial is unusual. Some of the most damaging testimony thus far came Saturday from Perry March's father, Arthur.
The jury had never heard Perry March speak until Friday when they viewed a video from a deposition recorded three months after Janet's disappearance. The defense continued to emphasize the lack of a bodymore>>
Day one of the trial saw opening statements and testimony from Janet March's mother and several of her close friends. Day two saw plenty of fireworks between the attorneys, and even a request for a mistrialmore>>
On the first day of the trial, prosecuting and defense attorneys made their opening statements in the case. Perry March is accused of killing his ex-wife Janet in 1996.
During its opening statement,more>>
It was a twist that may mean nothing when all is said and done. The only identifying mark on the letter linked it to a guy who's already in prison.
Perry March's attorneys got the letter late Tuesdaymore>>
NewsChannel 5's Nick Beres is the only reporter to follow this case from Nashville to Mexico to Chattanooga. Today the case moves inside a Nashville courtroom.
Judge Steve Dozier told the jurors selectedmore>>
Perry March will face a judge and jury charged with the murder of his wife Janet ten years ago.
Judge Steve Dozier told the jurors from Chattanooga to pack for at least a week.
The defense and prosecutionmore>>
August 15, 1996: Janet March disappears from her Forest Hills home. Her husband, Perry March, tells relatives she left home after an argument.
August 29, 1996: Perry March calls police to report hismore>>
The twelve jurors along with four alternates arrived Tuesday morning on a bus from Chattanooga.
They were taken to a hotel at a secret location where they'll be sequestered for the trial.
The judge still has to work out some details. Monday, after the jury member were picked, the judge ordered them to go home and pack a week's worth of clothes. Then they were told to come to the courtroommore>>
Bringing in an outside jury is very rare, but everything about this trial is rare, and officials are getting ready.
The Perry March trial will be the most prominent ever held at the recently-opened AAmore>>
The juror is made up of six men and six women. There are four alternates.
The prosecution and the defense said they feel like they picked a fair jury.
"It was interesting to look at the one being accused,more>>
Judge Steve Dozier ruled Tuesday that he will not to allow part of the conversation March had with fellow-inmate-turned-informant Russell Farris to be heard by the jury.
Surveillance video shows Marchmore>>
That evidence already led to March's conviction on conspiracy charges.
The judge also allowed transcripts of a conversation March had after his arrest with Detective Pat Postiglione.
The state Court of Appeals upheld a juvenile court's decision to leave Samson and Zapora March in the custody of Lawrence and Carolyn Levine.
Perry March had challenged the decision, hoping the childrenmore>>
His doctor sent a note to the judge saying he's in bad health, according to Judge Steve Dozier.
He made the announcement during a motions hearing this afternoon.
Arthur cut a deal with prosecutorsmore>>
Samson will testify on behalf of his father who is accused of killing his mother Janet. It's unclear if Samson will be a friendly or hostile witness. Whatever the case, he'll likely be asked about whatmore>>
Hamilton County is home to Chattanooga, the fourth largest city in the state.
The judge needs to tap into a large population center for a jury pool, which will probably include about 700 possible candidates.more>>
Perry March was arrested in Ajijic, Mexico last year for the murder of his wife, Janet, 10 years ago.
Metro Detective Pat Postiglione escorted him back to Nashville from Los Angeles.
He said he didn'tmore>>
March is charged with murdering his wife Janet in 1996 and disposing of her body. He and his attorneys asked Judge Steve Dozier to dismiss the abuse of corpse and tampering with evidence charges.
Not only that, but his lawyers will argue for several charges against March to be dropped.
This is one more step before next month's murder trial. March's murder trial is scheduled to begin in one month,more>>
Judge Steve Dozier will decide at a motions hearing Friday morning if March is still charged with tampering with evidence and abuse of a corpse.
March denies killing his wife Janet in 1996, but he'llmore>>
The judge is going to grant the change of venue to find an unbiased jury in this high profile case. The trial will still take place in August.
Judge Dozier heard arguments from both the defense andmore>>
Two other juries have already convicted Perry March for theft and conspiracy to commit murder. Those trials received extensive media coverage, the most comprehensive on our cable channel, NewsChannel 5+,more>>
The verdict came after nine women and three men spent six long hours deciding the fate of Perry March. In the end, he was found guilty of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder.
Pat Leding, one of themore>>
Her disappearance 10 years ago has been one of Nashville's most enduring mysteries.
Prosecutors and police worked 10 years to get Perry March into a courtroom. They now have their second guilty verdictmore>>
Perry March walked into the court room Thursday afternoon at 2:30. His demeanor was relaxed. There were several people in the court room waiting for the jury to deliver the verdict including police officers,more>>
Judge Dozier sent the jury back to the hotel after three hours of deliberating Wednesday night. The jury was back to deliberations by 9:40 Thursday morning.
March's family, the Levines, and attorneysmore>>
Perry March sat in his same familiar spot in court, only this time the most damaging words against him were his own.
In hours of secret audiotapes, March and another inmate Nathaniel Russell Farris discussedmore>>
The star witness for the state took the stand after lunch. Farris said he and March conspired for weeks on a plan to kill March's in-laws. Farris then got cold feet and went to the police.
Sunday, jurors showed up in Metro court with suitcases, ready to begin the first of many nights away from their families.
This trial involves conspiracy to murder charges. The former lawyer is accusedmore>>
The Perry March conspiracy trial begins Monday. Sunday, jurors showed up in Metro court with suitcases, ready to begin the first of many nights away from their families.
Monday, prosecutors will tellmore>>
All the major players were there, including March, his attorneys and March's former in-laws, Lawrence and Carolyn Levine.
Those chosen for the trial will decide whether March is guilty or innocent ofmore>>
Perry March, dressed in a freshly-pressed suit and tie, joined his attorneys and prosecutors in criminal court.
They spent more than seven hours grilling dozens of jurors, one at a time. More than 100more>>
March is charged with conspiracy to murder his former in-laws Lawrence and Carolyn Levine. It's the second of three scheduled trials for the former Nashville attorney.
Media coverage of Perry March hasmore>>
The list includes nearly two dozen names, most of which will be called by the prosecution.
However, Perry's father Arthur March, who cut a deal against his, son may actually be called by the defense.more>>
Will Perry March agree to a plea deal? He's refused to this point, but with his murder conspiracy trial set to begin next week, things could change.
March is charged with trying to hire Russell Farrismore>>
That was one of the key issues decided in criminal court Wednesday morning at the final motions hearing before the March case goes to trial.
March appeared chipper in court, wearing the usual prison jumpsuit.
This is case number two of three cases. In this case, prosecutors say March and his father tried to hire a hit man to kill his former in-laws, Lawrence and Caroline Levine.
In the hearing Wednesday,more>>
March's attorneys filed Thursday a motion with Judge Steve Dozier in criminal court asking that he declare their client indigent. In other words, March is broke.
If granted, it means the state must helpmore>>
The Levines quietly walked out of the state Supreme Court Tuesday afternoon in what may be the only state appeals hearing ever sealed from both the media and visitors.
Sammy and Zippy March were yetmore>>
After two long days of hearing testimony, the jury reached a verdict in the Perry March theft case in under an hour, but at first, not everyone on the jury agreed that March was guilty.
Many people figuredmore>>
A jury quickly decided Wednesday that March stole from his former in-laws' law firm.
March nearly signed off on a plea agreement back in January before deciding against it at the last moment.
It took the jury less than 45 minutes to reach a verdict. Sentencing will take place on June 22 at 9 a.m.
The jury foreman said March was found guilty of theft in "the value of more than $10,000 but lessmore>>
The trial has gone by faster than experts expected, and a verdict could come down Wednesday night or Thursday.
March was married to Levine's daughter, Janet, and March worked for Levine's law firm untilmore>>
The prosecution started presenting its side of the case and called its eighth witness. Some of the most compelling testimony came from one of his former best friends.
In opening arguments, prosecutorsmore>>
The trial got underway just before 9:00 a.m. with opening statements. In this case, March is charged with theft. Those criminal charges stem from allegations that Perry stole money from his former lawmore>>
Those charges stem from allegations he stole money from his former law firm. Perry's former father in law, Lawrence Levine is a partner in that law firm.
This is a high profile case, but no one askedmore>>
Not long after Arthur March's arrest for trying to arrange the murder of Lawrence and Carolyn Levine, he cut a deal.
March faced up to 20 years but will serve only 18 months if he helps convict his son,more>>
That means taxpayers will be paying for at least part of Perry March's legal defense.
Perry March went before a federal judge for the very first time Wednesday morning.
This was after his federal indictmentmore>>
Tuesday in Nashville, Perry March came face-to-face with the key witness in the murder case against him: his father Arthur.
In criminal court chambers Tuesday, Arthur was grilled by prosecutors and Perry'smore>>
Eddie Farmer had been charged after former deputy Jennifer Scott accused him of bruising her during an argument.
Farmer agreed to a year-long order of protection.
Farmer was fired after undisclosedmore>>
The first trial starts on the April 17, and it's over charges he stole money from his old law firm.
After the first trial, March will next be tried for conspiring with his father to hire a hit man tomore>>
Doctors considered implanting a stint in his heart to improve blood flow, but later decided he only needed medication.
Now March is back in jail in Leitchfield, Ky in good condition. March's son Perrymore>>
His worsening medical condition raises new questions about his ability to testify in the murder case against his son Perry.
March's attorney Fletcher Long said his client, complaining of chest pains,more>>
Perry March, along with his father Arthur, are both already charged with the crime in state court. They're accused of trying to hire a hitman across state lines, and that violates federal law. Arthur cutmore>>
The focus remains on the Kenny Perry's Golf Course. It has been mentioned before with other possible locations.
On Wednesday, the two lead detectives in the March case along with the Deputy Districtmore>>
As the only reporter on March's approved list of visitors, NewsChannel 5's Nick Beres met with Perry March in jail one on one. No video camera's or tape recorders were allowed.
These days Perry Marchmore>>
Perry March faces three criminal cases.
First, that he stole money from his former in-laws Lawrence and Carolyn Levine. Second that he conspired to hire a hit man to kill the Levines. And third biggestmore>>
They want to know what she remembers about Janet March's disappearance.
Barbara Smith said she was a very close friend of Arthur's when they both lived in Nashville, and she does remember Janet's disappearancemore>>
The Levines sued the March family for many of Janet's possessions. The attorney is asking for a new trial.
Perry March himself was not a defendant in that civil case; however, Perry March is facing threemore>>
That means the conspiracy case would come first in June.
Prosecutors argue the theft trial will increase media coverage making it more difficult to choose a jury in the conspiracy and murder cases tomore>>
Kenny Perry's Country Creek Golf Course is a favorite among golfers. And, now it has the attention of prosecutors in the Perry March murder case, though not for its lush fairways.
For the first time,more>>
He, of course, cut a deal to help prosecutors against his son.
A police vehicle with tinted windows was one of two seen today in the Forest Hills neighborhood where Perry and Janet lived back in 1996.more>>
March's attorneys say their client was tricked, that he was entrapped by prosecutors, who led him into the conspiracy case to kill Lawrence and Carolyn Levine.
March's attorneys filed this motion announcingmore>>
The appearance was a status hearing for two cases against March. The first deals with conspiracy to kill his former in-laws, Lawrence and Carolyn Levine, and the second, with the murder of his wife, Janet.more>>
John Herbison, one of Perry March's attorneys, said they will not ask for a change of venue, and he feels a local jury will fairly consider all of the evidence in the case
Perry maintains his innocence,more>>
The meetings are leaving some to wonder if Perry and Arthur used that time to get their stories straight and decide what they would tell prosecutors.
The visits were monitored by an officer who couldmore>>
Prosecutors and defense attorneys negotiated for more than a week last month. A plea deal was hammered out and ready go, and at the last moment Perry March said no.
Arthur March stunned everyone thismore>>
Attorneys and police detectives are all saying the same thing: there are still many unanswered questions.
Arthur March is pleading guilty and talking to get a lighter sentence, but at least one partmore>>
Perry promised the would-be hit man a life of leisure, but that's just part of what NewsChannel 5 has learned about the conspiracy case hatched by Perry and Arthur to have their former in-laws Lawrencemore>>
Beginning in or about August 2005, and continuing up to and including October 27, 2005, in the Middle District of Tennessee and elsewhere, Arthur March, with the intent that another person engage in conductmore>>
Arthur March's testimony Monday stunned a lot of people, including family and friends on both sides of the case.
Janet March's family and friends were keeping tight-lipped about Arthur's testimony Monday,more>>
NewsChannel 5 talked to Carmen, who remains in Ajijic, Mexico, on the telephone about the recent developments in the Perry March murder case.
She did not want to talk at length on the phone; however,more>>
Many were surprised that Arthur would consider a deal.
Arthur and his son, Perry were both charged with conspiracy to murder Janet's parent's, Perry's former in-laws, Lawrence and Carolyn Levine.
Sources said Arthur March took investigators to an area just past Bowling Green, Kentucky on Friday to show them where he and Perry went in 1996 to dispose of Perry's wife's body.
Sources said Arthurmore>>
Prosecutors said Farris posed as a hitman and wore a wire. Now Farris is the star witness in the murder conspiracy case against Perry and Arthur March. But Farris has legal troubles of his own.
NewsChannel 5 contacted Fletcher Long, Arthur March's Attorney. Long declined to comment, but barring any changes over the weekend, the plea agreement will be finalized in Federal court on Monday.
Russell Nathanial Farris is the state's star witness in the murder conspiracy case against Perry and Arthur March.
He helped the prosecution while in jail on attempted murder charges. Farris found himselfmore>>
In jail, Farris wore a wire for prosecutors. His cooperation led to tape recordings of the March's trying to hire him to kill Perry's former in-laws Lawrence and Carolyn Levine.
Fletcher Long representsmore>>
Is he a snitch? Is he a hit man? Russell Nathanial Farris, 28, is something of a mystery man. But he's the key witness in the murder conspiracy case against Perry March and his father, Arthur.
Sources tell NewsChannel 5 prosecutors met with the March attorneys Wednesday morning. They discussed a possible plea deal, but it fell through Wednesday afternoon.
Now Arthur March's attorney wantsmore>>
This latest information is a potential first step toward indictments for Ron March and Kathy Breitowich.
People close to the investigation say Ron and Kathy were called to testify before a federal grandmore>>
He and his son Perry March are set for trial in June on conspiracy to commit murder charges. They are charged in a murder for hire plot targeting Lawrence and Carolyn Levine.
Sheriff Daron Hall saidmore>>
The document claims the 78 year-old defendant is of ill health with both heart and blood pressure medicines prescribed regularly.
Arthur March appeared in court Wednesday. That's when Judge Dozier setmore>>
Arthur March and his son, Perry, have been charged with conspiring to murder Perry's former in-laws, Lawrence and Carolyn Levine.
Perry March, who has already pleaded not guilty to the conspiracy charges,more>>
Both Arthur and Perry March have been charged with conspiracy to commit murder. The two were indicted after a plot to hire a hit man to kill Perry's former in-laws, Lawrence and Carolyn Levine was uncovered.more>>
Officials at first said Arthur March would go through Metro night court between 9:00 and 11:00 on Friday night. They said he would then be booked in the Metro Jail where his son, Perry, is already an inmate.more>>
Perry March is charged with killing his wife Janet nine years ago. He and his father Arthur March are charged with conspiracy to kill Janet's parents, Lawrence and Carolyn Levine. Perry faces more thanmore>>
March was arrested Thursday in Mexico and flown to Houston. March appeared in a Houston courtroom Friday morning with a court appointed attorney.
The 77 year old could have fought extradition which wouldmore>>
Arthur March is being held in Houston, Texas. Deputy District Attorney Tom Thurman tells NewsChannel 5 that it depends on whether or not he waives extradition when Arthur returns to Nashville. Thurmanmore>>
Last month March asked criminal court judge Steve Dozier to throw out the charge that he stole more than $10,000 from his former in-laws Lawrence and Carolyn Levine.
Tuesday, Judge Dozier denied thatmore>>
Perry March was indicted last December on second-degree murder charges and brought back to the United States from Mexico in August. His wife Janet disappeared from the couple's Davidson County home inmore>>
The Levines are the parents of Perry March's former wife, Janet. Perry is currently in jail in Nashville facing charges that he murdered Janet in 1996.
Arthur March did not appear in court Wednesdaymore>>
They say Arthur and his son Perry March had hired Farris to kill Perry's former in-laws Lawrence and Carolyn Levine , but Arthur March denies that.
"I never said a word about killing the Levines," Marchmore>>
In this exclusive interview, Arthur said the case against him isn't about murder, it's about the children.
Arthur March would tell you the image is sometimes deceiving. He's rarely seen without his Dobermanmore>>
Arthur March is charged with helping his son Perry March hire a hit man to kill Perry's former in-laws.
As a part of the investigation, there are believed to be audio tapes between Arthur March, whomore>>
"They don't have a murder case. There's no way," said Arthur March.
Arthur March said there was never a plot to kill Lawrence and Carolyn Levine.
"I never said a word about killing the Levines," saidmore>>
Arthur March said he's staying in Ajijic, Mexico, and no one will force him to leave.
Arthur and his son, Perry, are charged with conspiracy to kill Lawrence and Carolyn Levine. Perry is already in jailmore>>
Arthur's son, Perry March, is set for court next Wednesday for arraignment on conspiracy charges to kill Lawrence and Carolyn Levine. Arthur is charged as well.
In an exclusive interview with him inmore>>
Just days after he and his son Perry March were indicted for conspiracy to murder Lawrence and Carolyn Levine, Arthur is keeping a low profile in Mexico.
News Channel 5's Nick Beres found Arthur, andmore>>
Arthur March is the father of Perry March, a former Nashville attorney. Perry is in jail charged with killing his wife Janet, 9 years ago.
Now, both father and son are accused of plotting to kill Janet'smore>>
Once inmates are in the Metro Jail, all of their mail is opened and inspected. Also, all phone calls are subject to being recorded.
Authorities monitored Perry March, and it led to new charges that Perry,more>>
At this point, he's still in Mexico, but investigators want him back here in Nashville.
Arthur March, 77, is the father of Perry March. Perry is already in jail, charged with killing his wife Janet ninemore>>
On Friday, Perry March and his father Arthur March were charged with plotting to kill Janet March's parents Lawrence and Carolyn Levine.
An indictment handed down from the District Attorney states thatmore>>
Carmen said Perry never mention any plans to arrange a double murder.
Carmen married Perry not long after he moved to Mexico back in 1999. They now own a restaurant together in Ajijic.
She blames prosecutorsmore>>
Sources close to the investigation said conversations between Russel N. Farris and March were recorded.
Farris was arrested on April 23, 2005 in connection with a violent home invasion in East Nashville.more>>
Perry was arrested Friday. His father, Arthur March, has not yet been arrested.
District Attorney General Torry Johnson announced Friday afternoon that the Davidson County grand jury indicted both menmore>>
His attorneys say they've spoken briefly with Perry, but they plan to meet with him again later Friday evening.
"It's certainly surprising. But like any other charges, we have to deal with those charges.more>>
Speaking through a tube in his neck, Eichel denies any involvement in the disappearance of Janet March. He says he's just glad to be alive and there's no reason for him not to tell the truth about Janet.more>>
McElroy had retired from the Metro police department last year after more than thirty years on the force.
He had worked in the Cold Case unit, and was currently assisting the district attorney's officemore>>
Perry March is behind bars awaiting trial. He's been charged with killing his wife, Janet March. Now prosecutors say there's a chance he didn't act alone.
Prosecutors have named Arthur March, Perry'smore>>
March has maintained his innocence since his wife's disappearance, and he is currently in jail awaiting trial.
"He's doing okay, interested in his case, making suggestions to possible avenues we maymore>>
Perry March was arrested in Mexico last month and brought back to Nashville to face charges that he murdered his wife, Janet, nine years ago.
After he became a prime suspect in Janet's murder, Perrymore>>
If March can afford bond, he would have to wear an electronic bracelet, surrender his passport and remain in Davidson County. He would also be prohibited from having contact with any potential witnessesmore>>
Judge Steve Dozier made his decision about March's bond Tuesday morning, and he is writing a very detailed, explanation of exactly why he has chosen the figure that he has.
Perry March's bond hearingmore>>
NewsChannel 5 met with Perry March in a cell at Metro's Criminal Justice Center Monday. He appeared very calm during the interview saying he's ready to talk about his arrest and the charge that he murderedmore>>
NewsChannel 5 met with Perry March in a cell at Metro's Criminal Justice Center Monday. He appeared very calm during the interview, saying he's ready to talk about his arrest and the charge that he murderedmore>>
The Levines were suing the March family in an effort to recover more than $200,000 in property they said belonged to their daughter. Those items included paintings, furniture, a car, property and cash.more>>
Defense attorney William Massey began the day by questioning former Metro Cold Case investigator Mickey Miller about whether police have done a sufficient job over the past nine years of checking out tipsmore>>
The prosecution is expected to ask for a high bond, probably around $2 million, and if that is the case they will have to present some evidence.
It's unclear at this point what that evidence will bemore>>
Janet March was last seen alive on the night of August 15, 1996. Her then five year-old son Sammy March may well have been the last person to see her alive.
Metro Police quickly identified Janet's husbandmore>>
It took nine years for prosecutors to build a case strong enough to arrest Perry March for the alleged murder of his wife Janet. But the question many people have asked is what evidence did they presentmore>>
Perry March's sister, Kathy Vreitowich testified Wednesday. The Levines' attorney grilled her about whether she sold any of Janet March's possessions and what she did with the money.
Sammy March, Perrymore>>
March acted as a witness for his family members who are being sued by his former in laws.
Lawrence and Carolyn Levine are suing the March family for many of Janet's possessions.
Perry himself is notmore>>
Former Nashville attorney Perry March has been charged with killing his wife, Janet. But his legal troubles extend beyond the criminal charges. Janet March's parents, Lawrence and Carolyn Levine, are suing Perry March recover some of Janet's possessions.more>>
Dayton Blair was hired by Perry and Janet March to do some work on their home, and although he's never spoken to police, what he told NewsChannel 5 raises new questions about the case against Perry in his wife's death.more>>
Former Nashville attorney Perry March has been charged with killing his wife, Janet. The battle over custody of the couple's two children has been long and bitter, and Friday, for the first time, both sides addressed the media.more>>
Perry March faced two court appearances Wednesday. In the first, he entered a not guilty plea to charges of killing his wife, Janet, nine years ago. In the second, he fought for custody of his children.more>>
Those who know Perry March in Mexico say they have strong feelings about him, and about his arrest on murder charges. Recently, some of March's friends and enemies spoke to NewsChannel 5's Nick Beres in Ajijic about the Perry March they know.more>>
Perry March was arrested a week ago in Ajijic, Mexico. He was taken at gunpoint by federal officials and brought back to the United States to face charges of murdering his wife, Janet. Only one person witnessed March's arrest that day, and he spoke exclusively to NewsChannel 5's Nick Beres.more>>
Perry March will soon be brought back to Nashville to face charges of murdering his wife Janet nine years ago. But some legal experts question whether there is sufficient evidence to link March to the crime.more>>
Perry March was arrested in Mexico last week and charged with killing his wife, Janet, who disappeared almost nine years ago. For the past several years, Perry March's children, Samson and Tzipora, have been living with Perry, his new wife, Carmen, and Perry's father, Arthur, in Ajijic, Mexico.more>>
The FBI and Mexican authorities have been looking for Perry March's children, Samson and Tzipora. Monday, March's wife Carmen said a Chicago judge has granted temporary custody of the children to Perry's brother, Ron. more>>
Since Janet March's disappearance almost nine years ago, her parents have been involved in a bitter legal battle with Perry March to over custody of the couple's two children, Samson and Tzipora. But now that their father has been arrested, the childrens' future is uncertain.more>>
Wednesday morning, several men seized former Nashville attorney Perry March from a restaurant in Mexico after he was charged with second degree murder in Nashville for the death of his wife, Janet March.more>>
Perry March moved to Mexico after becoming a suspect in his wife Janet's disappearance from their Nashville home. After moving to Mexico, Perry March got remarried. His new wife, Carmen, watched Wednesday as her husband was taken into custody.more>>