CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 1991 |
Jurors in the Norman Dewitt-Robert Taylor murder trial were milling about in the court hallway, awaiting the start of the death-penalty phase, when a bailiff approached them. "It might be a few more minutes," he cautioned them. That was in early March. They're still waiting. The jury is now scheduled to return in about six months to determine the fate of Dewitt, 35, and Taylor, 39, who were convicted of killing an Anaheim woman to steal a $20,000 Corvette that belonged to her and her husband.