Topics: Chandler Kania Case
About 15 defendants are expected to be added to the wrongful death lawsuit against former UNC student Chandler Kania, according to Raleigh attorney Shawn Howard.
Former UNC student Chandler Kania was convicted Oct. 17 of three counts of involuntary manslaughter and one count of reckless driving.
One year, two months and 30 days after the crash. Six days of testimony, two days of jury deliberation. Twelve to 16 years in prison.
After two days of deliberation, a jury found former UNC student Chandler Kania guilty of three counts of involuntary manslaughter and one count of reckless driving Monday.
After three days of deliberation, a verdict was reached in the Chandler Kania trial Monday afternoon.
After a day of deliberating, a jury did not decide whether former UNC student Chandler Kania is guilty of second-degree murder.
The jury heard the closing arguments in the trial for Chandler Kania and began to deliberate the verdict Thursday.
On the sixth day of the Kania trial, the prosecution concluded its witness testimony.
The Chandler Kania trial continued Tuesday with testimonies from state troopers, firefighters, a paramedic and a forensic scientist.
On the fourth day of Chandler Kania’s trial, witness testimony continued.
In this episode of I-85 we discuss day three of the Kania trial and testimony from his friends and fraternity brothers.
I-85 is a series on the Chandler Kania case. In the first episode, we discuss the events of July 19, 2015 when authorities say Chandler Kania was driving drunk on the wrong side of I-85 when he crashed into another car.
The trial for former UNC student Chandler Kania continued Friday, with several of his friends testifying about the events preceding the crash on July 19, 2015.
The trial for former UNC student Chandler Kania continued Friday, with several of his friends and fraternity brothers testifying about the events preceding the crash.
Chandler Kania's trial began at the Orange County Courthouse Wednesday as opening statements were presented to the jury.
An emotional Chandler Kania and his defense team surprised a sparse crowd at the Orange County Courthouse Monday morning by entering a guilty plea.
Darlene McGee held her family together after her mother’s death 10 years ago.
An Orange County judge denied two motions to suppress evidence in Chandler Kania's upcoming trial.