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    Im so sorry for the the daugther and the family. I think any sentence couldnt heal the wounds caused by Turner.

    Its hard for me to uinderstand that people murder their partners instead of just leaving them.

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    ALBERT JAMES TURNER v THE STATE OF TEXAS

    In today's orders, the TCCA remanded Turner's direct appeal to the trial court for court to determine whether a competency trial is warranted.
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    And the article

    Ex-prison guard on death row wins court appeal

    The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals says a former corrections officer convicted of the 2009 slayings of his wife and mother-in-law should have had a formal competency trial before he was tried for their slayings and sent to death row.

    A divided court ruled 5-4 Wednesday the case of Frank Turner should be returned to his Fort Bend County trial court to determine if its possible to hold a retrospective competency trial. The court says it will take another look at Turners appeal of his conviction depending on whether that proceeding is feasible or on its outcome.

    Turner was condemned for the December 2009 stabbing deaths of his wife, Keitha, and his 66-year-old mother-in-law, Betty Joe Frank, at Franks home in Rosenberg. His attorneys described him a delusional and paranoid.

    http://www.khou.com/news/crime/Ex-pr...229885481.html
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    ALBERT JAMES TURNER v THE STATE OF TEXAS

    In today's TCCA opinions, the court reversed the trial court's judgement of conviction and remanded the case for a new trial.
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    Turner is no longer on Texas' death row. Conviction overturned, released to Fort Bend County for new trial as of November 13, 2019.

    https://www.tdcj.texas.gov/death_row...ger_on_dr.html
    "How do you get drunk on death row?" - Werner Herzog

    "When we get fruit, we get the juice and water. I ferment for a week! It tastes like chalk, it's nasty" - Blaine Keith Milam #999558 Texas Death Row

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    Spared Of Death Sentence, Man Gets Life Sentence For Double Murder

    BY SESHADRI KUMAR
    THE FORT BEND INDEPENDENT

    A former prison guard who survived death sentence for killing his wife and mother-in-law, was sentenced to life without parole in retrial.

    A Fort Bend County jury on Sept. 17 convicted Albert James Turner of Capital Murder for stabbing his wife and mother-in-law to death in 2009. The 56-year-old Rosenberg man was sentenced to life without parole.

    According to Assistant District Attorney Lesleigh Morton, Albert Turner was a prison guard who was often abusive at home.

    December 26, 2009, Turner’s wife, Keitha, made the fateful decision to leave her abusive husband. Keitha and their four children, all under the age of 13, packed their belongings and moved into Keitha’s parent’s house on Chestnut Drive in Rosenberg.

    The defendant came home and discovered a note that Keitha left for him. He then went to Keitha’s parent’s house with a gift for her. But Keitha’s mother, Betty Jo Frank, prevented Turner from entering her house and speaking with Keitha.

    That evening around midnight, the children heard Keitha screaming from her bedroom. One child saw the defendant walking out of Keitha’s room with a knife in his hand. Turner had fatally wounded Keitha by cutting her neck.

    Another child witnessed Turner stick a knife in Betty Jo Frank’s throat so deep that it severed her windpipe completely and cut into the bone. The defendant then fled the State but was apprehended three months later.

    A jury first convicted Turner for this crime in 2011 and sentenced him to death. However, in late 2018, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals reversed the conviction, holding that the defendant’s attorneys had to represent their client’s interests despite their expert legal tactics to preserve his life.

    In the defendant’s 2011 jury trial, his trial attorney conceded guilt in an effort to avoid the death penalty while Turner insisted he was innocent.

    In 2017, another Fort Bend County jury was asked to determine whether Turner was legally competent during his 2011 jury trial. After a trial limited to that issue, the jury found the defendant was competent during his trial in 2011.

    On September 9, 2021, a jury was impaneled for the re-trial of the defendant.

    In addition to calling some of the original witnesses from the 2011 trial, three of Turner’s children testified against him in court for the first time. Video depositions were offered during the original trial due to their young age nearly twelve years ago. The defendant testified again. While continuing to maintain his innocence, Turner’s story was different this time. The defendant visibly smirked at his children as they testified and showed no emotions for Keitha, just pure anger.

    The jury deliberated for approximately four hours before returning a guilty verdict and bringing justice for Keitha Turner and Betty Jo Frank.

    “Keitha Turner and Betty Jo Frank gave their lives to protect their children and grandchildren from the defendant’s abuse. Now amazing young adults, these children were brave enough to tell the jury about the horrible murders they witnessed,” said Special Prosecutor Sherry Robinson.

    “The jurors listened to the graphic evidence, carefully considered it, and returned a just verdict of guilty. It was an honor to watch all of these courageous participants mete out justice for the Turner and Frank families.”

    Statistics show the most dangerous time for family violence victims is when they leave their abusers,” said Chief Domestic Violence Prosecutor Chad Bridges.

    “Keitha Turner and Betty Jo Frank were murdered less than 24 hours after Keitha left the defendant. This is why the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office is committed to providing services and protections for family violence victims.”

    District Attorney Brian Middleton added, “Our highest priority is the protection of women and children. Trials involving domestic violence are always painful for the victims and their families, as well as every person involved in the process. In consideration of the immense harm caused in these cases, we will zealously pursue justice for all victims of domestic violence.”

    Turner was tried in the 268th District Court before Presiding Judge R. O’Neil Williams. Because the State did not seek the death penalty at retrial, a life sentence without parole was automatic upon the jury’s determination of guilt.

    The case was tried by Chief Domestic Violence prosecutor Chad Bridges, Assistant District Attorney Lesleigh Morton, and former Deputy Chief of Domestic Violence prosecutor Sherry Robinson, who came out of retirement to finish a case she had worked on for years.

    https://fbindependent.com/spared-of-...p15025-106.htm
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    "How do you get drunk on death row?" - Werner Herzog

    "When we get fruit, we get the juice and water. I ferment for a week! It tastes like chalk, it's nasty" - Blaine Keith Milam #999558 Texas Death Row

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