Durst Wrote `Cadaver Note' About Body in Benedict Canyon HomeAfter months of legal wrangling over the use of handwriting experts to determine who wrote an anonymous December 2000 note to police alerting them to a body inside a Benedict Canyon home, an attorney for millionaire New York real estate scion Robert Durst now admits his client wrote the message.
Durst Court Hearing Opens With Letter About BodyA hearing Monday will determine if there is enough evidence to require New York real estate heir Robert Durst to stand trial for the December 2000 execution-style shooting death of a close friend in her Benedict Canyon home.
Murder Suspect Durst Briefly Hospitalized, Hearing DelayedThe subject of HBO's "The Jynx" is facing murder charges in the 2000 killing of one of his closest friends, Susan Berman.
'Secret Witness' To Testify In Robert Durst Murder CaseA "secret witness" who fears for his life is expected to testify Wednesday against New York real estate heir Robert Durst in a California murder case.
2 Witnesses Expected To Testify In Robert Durst CaseOne witness has been identified as Dr. Albert Kuperman. The identity of the other witness is being withheld at this time.
Judge Allows Early Testimony In Durst Murder Case From Secret Witnesses Who Prosecutors Say Fear For Their Safety"That man kills witnesses. That's what he does," a prosecutor says.
Prosecutors Voice Concerns For Safety Of Witnesses In Durst Trial Prosecutors who charged New York real estate heir Robert Durst with the murder of his best friend in Los Angeles want to videotape testimony from witnesses they fear could die or be killed before trial.
Real Estate Heir Robert Durst Pleads Not Guilty In Friend's MurderReal estate heir Robert Durst pleaded not guilty Monday to a murder charge stemming from the death of his friend in Benedict Canyon nearly 16 years ago.
Real Estate Heir Robert Durst Comes To LA For Murder ChargeThe Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office says Durst was locked up in a county jail Friday.
Robert Durst Pleads Guilty In New Orleans Gun CaseNew York real estate scion Robert Durst pleaded guilty Wednesday in New Orleans to a gun charge, clearing the way for his extradition to Los Angeles to face murder charges.
Real Estate Heir Robert Durst Agrees To Los Angeles ExtraditionA New York real estate heir has agreed to return to Los Angeles to face charges that he killed a woman to stop her from cooperating with an investigation into the disappearance of his wife, prosecutors announced Tuesday.