Andres "Andy" Avalos stands with his attorneys as his trial continues on Thursday afternoon at the Manatee County Courthouse in downtown Bradenton. Avalos is accused of killing his wife and two other people in Bradenton in December 2014, if convicted of first-degree murder, prosecutors will seek the death penalty.
Andres "Andy" Avalos stands with his attorneys as his trial continues on Thursday afternoon at the Manatee County Courthouse in downtown Bradenton. Avalos is accused of killing his wife and two other people in Bradenton in December 2014, if convicted of first-degree murder, prosecutors will seek the death penalty. Zack Wittman Bradenton Herald
Andres "Andy" Avalos stands with his attorneys as his trial continues on Thursday afternoon at the Manatee County Courthouse in downtown Bradenton. Avalos is accused of killing his wife and two other people in Bradenton in December 2014, if convicted of first-degree murder, prosecutors will seek the death penalty. Zack Wittman Bradenton Herald

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