ADA McWhorter expresses her appreciation to the jury, the witnesses who testified and to Chief Summerford and Lt. Bo Jolly for their work on the case. District Attorney O’Dell said, “I appreciate all who were involved in this case. It’s important that we hold people accountable for domestic violence because so many times, in the cycle of domestic violence, the abuser continues to escalate in their violence each time until they kill the victim.”
Marshall was convicted on the charges of second degree domestic violence (assault 2nd), domestic violence by strangulation, third degree domestic violence (menacing) and unlawful imprisonment. He is set for sentencing before Judge Bell on April 29th where he faces an enhanced prison sentence minimum of 20 years because of his extensive criminal background.