Convicted Killer Asks Judge To Spare His Life
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.-- Earlier this year a jury convicted and then recommended that Randy Tundidor Sr. die by lethal injection for murdering a Nova Southeastern University professor.
Monday he was in a Broward County courtroom hoping to convince a judge to spare his life.
The defense is expected to call on dozens of witnesses over the next couple of days.
Dr. Joseph Morrissey, a Nova Southwestern University professor, was murdered in July of 2010 at the hands of Tundidor Sr. who was convicted of plotting and carrying out the murder inside the home he and his son, Randy Jr., were renting from the Morrisseys.
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