Re-trial continues for Mishawaka man convicted in triple homicide
New information is being released in the re-trial of a Mishawaka man who was convicted twice in a triple homicide.
Lawyers for Wayne Kubsch agreed on dates in early 2019 for potential jurors to fill out questionnaires in his latest trial.
He's charged in the 1998 murders of his wife, her ex-husband and his 10-year-old stepson in Mishawaka.
An Appeals Court reversed his latest conviction last year. The court said jurors should have heard evidence, challenging the prosecution's version of events.
The prosecutor's office is again seeking the death penalty. They'll be back in court next month.