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Dueling experts testify about what role Utah man’s psychosis played in arson murder

(Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craig Crawford, speaks with defense lawyer Jim Bradshaw in 3rd District Judge … (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Prosecuting attorney Chou Chou Collins follows proceedings in 3rd District Jud… (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Defense lawyer Mark Moffat questions a witness in 3rd District Judge James Bla… (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Dr. Mark Cunningham, a clinical and forensic psychologist testifies in 3rd Dis… (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craig Crawford, left, sits with defense lawyers Jim Bradshaw and Mark Moffat i… (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craig Crawford enters 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom for a three-… (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craig Crawford enters 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom for a three-… (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Dr. Mark Cunningham, a clinical and forensic psychologist testifies in 3rd Dis… (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craig Crawford, left, sits with defense lawyers Jim Bradshaw and Mark Moffat i… (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Defense lawyer Mark Moffat questions a witness in 3rd District Judge James Bla…

(Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craig Crawford, speaks with defense lawyer Jim Bradshaw in 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom during a three-day sentencing hearing Monday August 28 in Salt Lake City. Crawford has admitted that he trapped his 72-year-old estranged husband, well-known restaurateur John Williams, inside his home and then set it ablaze last year. He pleaded guilty in June to first-degree felony counts of aggravated murder and aggravated arson. The judge will decide whether Crawford will serve life in prison with or without the possibility of parole. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Prosecuting attorney Chou Chou Collins follows proceedings in 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom for a three-day sentencing hearing Monday August 28 in Salt Lake City for Craig Crawford. Crawford has admitted that he trapped his 72-year-old estranged husband, well-known restaurateur John Williams, inside his home and then set it ablaze last year. He pleaded guilty in June to first-degree felony counts of aggravated murder and aggravated arson. The judge will decide whether Crawford will serve life in prison with or without the possibility of parole. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Defense lawyer Mark Moffat questions a witness in 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom during a three-day sentencing hearing Monday August 28 in Salt Lake City for Craig Crawford. Crawford has admitted that he trapped his 72-year-old estranged husband, well-known restaurateur John Williams, inside his home and then set it ablaze last year. He pleaded guilty in June to first-degree felony counts of aggravated murder and aggravated arson. The judge will decide whether Crawford will serve life in prison with or without the possibility of parole. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Dr. Mark Cunningham, a clinical and forensic psychologist testifies in 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom during a three-day sentencing hearing for Craig Crawford Monday August 28 in Salt Lake City. Crawford has admitted that he trapped his 72-year-old estranged husband, well-known restaurateur John Williams, inside his home and then set it ablaze last year. He pleaded guilty in June to first-degree felony counts of aggravated murder and aggravated arson. The judge will decide whether Crawford will serve life in prison with or without the possibility of parole. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craig Crawford, left, sits with defense lawyers Jim Bradshaw and Mark Moffat in 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom during a three-day sentencing hearing Monday August 28 in Salt Lake City. Crawford has admitted that he trapped his 72-year-old estranged husband, well-known restaurateur John Williams, inside his home and then set it ablaze last year. He pleaded guilty in June to first-degree felony counts of aggravated murder and aggravated arson. The judge will decide whether Crawford will serve life in prison with or without the possibility of parole. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craig Crawford enters 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom for a three-day sentencing hearing Monday August 28, 2017, in Salt Lake City. Crawford has admitted that he trapped his 72-year-old estranged husband, well-known restaurateur John Williams, inside his home and then set it ablaze last year. He pleaded guilty in June to first-degree felony counts of aggravated murder and aggravated arson. The judge will decide whether Crawford will serve life in prison with or without the possibility of parole. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craig Crawford enters 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom for a three-day sentencing hearing Monday, August 28, 2017, in Salt Lake City. Crawford has admitted that he trapped his 72-year-old estranged husband, well-known restaurateur John Williams, inside his home and then set it ablaze last year. Crawford pleaded guilty in June to first-degree felony counts of aggravated murder and aggravated arson. The judge will decide whether Crawford will serve life in prison with or without the possibility of parole. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Dr. Mark Cunningham, a clinical and forensic psychologist testifies in 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom during a three-day sentencing hearing for Craig Crawford Monday August 28 in Salt Lake City. Crawford has admitted that he trapped his 72-year-old estranged husband, well-known restaurateur John Williams, inside his home and then set it ablaze last year. He pleaded guilty in June to first-degree felony counts of aggravated murder and aggravated arson. The judge will decide whether Crawford will serve life in prison with or without the possibility of parole. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craig Crawford, left, sits with defense lawyers Jim Bradshaw and Mark Moffat in 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom during a three-day sentencing hearing Monday August 28 in Salt Lake City. Crawford has admitted that he trapped his 72-year-old estranged husband, well-known restaurateur John Williams, inside his home and then set it ablaze last year. He pleaded guilty in June to first-degree felony counts of aggravated murder and aggravated arson. The judge will decide whether Crawford will serve life in prison with or without the possibility of parole. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Defense lawyer Mark Moffat questions a witness in 3rd District Judge James Blanch’s courtroom during a three-day sentencing hearing Monday August 28 in Salt Lake City for Craig Crawford. Crawford has admitted that he trapped his 72-year-old estranged husband, well-known restaurateur John Williams, inside his home and then set it ablaze last year. He pleaded guilty in June to first-degree felony counts of aggravated murder and aggravated arson. The judge will decide whether Crawford will serve life in prison with or without the possibility of parole.

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