Continuing Coverage: Mike Williams murder case
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- WCTV Eyewitness News has continuing coverage on the investigation into the murder of Mike Williams.
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A new trial date has been set for Denise Williams, accused in the murder of her husband Michael Williams.
Denise Williams’ defense attorney asked a judge to delay her upcoming murder trial and the judge agreed.
Denise Williams, who is awaiting trial next month for the murder of her husband, is now facing additional charges.
A judge has ordered Denise Williams to be held without bond following a hearing.
Denise Williams, the widow of the Tallahassee man who disappeared during a hunting trip in 2000 and was later found dead, was due in court Wednesday morning.
Newly released evidence sheds light on the events leading up to, during and after the murder of Mike Williams.
Denise Williams' murder indictment comes nearly 18 years after her husband Mike Williams vanished while duck hunting in December 2000.
Denise Williams made her first court appearance via video link from the jail Wednesday morning. She was denied bond and will remain in jail to await trial.
Florida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis said he is directing his division to investigate life insurance fraud in the aftermath of Denise Williams' arrest for her alleged involvement in the murder of Mike Williams.
Mike Williams' mother said she's always held out hope that her son was alive. She's devastated by confirmation that he was murdered.
It's been 15 years since Cheryl Williams' son went missing. 5,475 days that she's held onto hope that Michael will be found.
Tallahassee man Mike Williams has been missing for ten years today.