All six of the Kentuckians who pleaded guilty to murder, attempted murder, kidnapping and theft charges received sentences of three consecutive terms of life in prison without the possibility of parole, plus 25 years, at the conclusion of a March 1998 sentencing hearing. Assistant District Attorney General Eric Christiansen, who represented the state during Tuesday's hearing, alleged during cross-examination that Howell had learned of the plea agreement by secretly communicating with her co-defendants while being held at the Greene County Detention Center. D., a forensic psychologist from Knoxville, testified that he was contacted by David Leonard on July 1, 1997, about possibly evaluating Karen Howell prior to a hearing in Juvenile Court on the state's plan to have her transferred from that court to Criminal Court.Had the evaluation shown that an insanity defense was possible for Howell, Leonard said, he didn't want prosecutors and other defense attorneys to know that fact until as close to the expected trial of the six Kentuckians as possible.
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Following appointment by the Tennessee Supreme Court, Tracy served as a member of the state's ADR Commission through early 2016.
Tracy has been peer review rated by Business TN Magazine as being one of the top 150 lawyers in Tennessee.
Tracy is listed as a Rule 31 general civil mediator by the Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission of the Tennessee Supreme Court.
He was a Founding Member of the Tennessee Association of Professional Mediators and he currently serves on the Executive Committee of The National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, a premier group of the nation's most experienced civil trial mediators and arbitrators selected by litigation firms across the United States.
Pamela Auble, the second forensic psychologist called to the witness stand by Howell's lawyers on Tuesday, said it was her opinion, based on her own interviews and testing of Howell and a review of Miller's earlier work, that Howell would not have been able to either take an active role in the Lillelid murders or to attempt to stop them.
Auble said the evaluation of Howell that she performed last year showed that Howell was mentally better now than she had been at the time of the Lillelid murders in 1997 or at the time of her 1998 guilty plea.
He has successfully tried a wide variety of lawsuits and was one of the first attorneys to receive certification as a Civil Trial Specialist by The Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization.