Randy Taylor Trial
Who?: Randy Taylor
What?: Taylor was convicted on murder and abduction charges in the disappearance of Nelson County teenager Alexis Murphy.
Where?: Nelson County Courthouse in Lovingston
Prosecutor: Anthony Martin, Nelson County Commonwealth's Attorney
Defense Attorney: Michael Hallahan
Judge: Michael Gamble
Aug. 3, 2013: Murphy was last seen at a gas station in Lovingston.
Aug. 6, 2013: Murphy's car was found in a movie theater parking lot in Albemarle County, just outside of Charlottesville.
Aug. 11, 2013: Taylor was arrested in connection to the disappearance of Murphy. He was charged with abduction.
Aug. 12, 2013: A bloody shirt with Murphy's DNA on it was found in Taylor's camper.
Dec. 11: Gag order issued for all parties involved in the investigation.
Jan. 6: Nelson County Commonwealth's Attorney announces that a special grand jury has indicted Taylor on murder charges.
May 9: Taylor was convicted of first-degree murder and abduction.
July 23: Taylor was sentenced to serve two life sentences in prison.