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Dalton Stidham Pleads Guilty and Gets Three Life Sentences in 2013 KY Triple Homicide
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    Dalton Stidham Pleads Guilty and Gets Three Life Sentences in 2013 KY Triple Homicide


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    Perry County Man May Face Death Penalty In Triple Murder Case

    A Perry County man charged in a triple murder case could face execution now that prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.

    According to the Hazard Herald, Dalton Stidham, 21, is accused of shooting and killing three people outside of Hazard Community and Technical College in January.

    Two of the victims, Caitlin Cornett and her uncle, Jackie Cornett, were pronounced dead at the scene. Taylor Cornett, 12, died the following day at UK Hospital.

    So far, Stidham has not entered a plea in the case. His trial has been set for September.

    http://www.lex18.com/news/perry-coun...le-murder-case
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    Commonwealth will not offer plea deal in triple murder case

    The Perry County Commonwealths Attorney will not accept a plea deal in the case of the shooting deaths of three individuals at a local community college earlier this year.

    Dalton Stidham, 21, was charged in January with three counts of murder after allegedly shooting and killing the mother of his two-year-old son, 20-year-old Caitlin Cornett, her 53-year-old uncle Jackie Cornett, along with Jackie Cornetts daughter, 12-year-old Taylor Cornett, at the Hazard Community and Technical College (HCTC) campus during a custody exchange.

    An informal pre-trial conference was held in the case on Wednesday, and Commonwealths Attorney John Hansen told the Herald there would be no plea deal offered for Stidham.

    At the Commonwealths discretion, we are simply taking this matter to trial, Hansen said, who filed a notice to seek the death penalty in March.

    According to circuit court documents, a motion for a continuance was filed by defense attorney Tom Griffiths later that day and will be heard on Aug. 1. Reasoning for the continuance, as listed in the motion, was to allow for more time for the defense to build its case and conduct a mental evaluation of the defendant.

    This continuance was not sought until the Commonwealth indicated that they would seek the death penalty. (The) notice to seek the death penalty completely changes the nature of the case, and requires counsel to engage in additional complex tasks in order to be ready for trial and comply with the ethical guidelines surrounding the defense of a capital case, the motion read.

    According to the motion, the defense will need to not only complete a full investigation before trial of the charges brought against Stidham, but also an investigation into his complete life history, including inquiries into social background, evidence of family abuse, history of drug and alcohol abuse, and evidence of mental impairment. The insertion of a mitigation specialist is necessary for this process, which will add to the time needed for preparation.

    Stidham is currently set for trial on Sept. 9

    http://www.hazard-herald.com/news/ho...le-murder-case
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    Perry County Man Pleads Guilty To Triple Murder At Hazard College

    The man accused of shooting and killing three people outside Hazard Community and Technical College last year pleaded guilty in the case.

    Dalton Stidham accepted a plea deal in connection to the deadly shooting of 20-year-old Caitlin Cornett, her uncle, 53-year-old Jackie Cornett, and her counsin, 12-year-old Taylor Cornett on Jan 15, 2013.

    Accepting the guilty plea takes the death penalty off the table and recommends life without parole. Stidham was charged with three counts of murder.

    Caitlin was Stidham's ex-girlfriend and, according to police and the victims' family, the three were meeting Stidham to exchange custody of Caitlin and Stidham's 2-year-old son in the parking lot of HCTC when a domestic dispute ended in the fatal shootings.

    Caitling and Jakie died at the scene. 12-year-old Taylor died the following day at the hospital. The toddler was not injured.

    Investigators say Stidham brought the child home before turning himself in to policem bringing with him the gun he used in the shooting.

    Caitlin Cornett was a student at HCTC, but other than the location, the school was not connected to the shooting. The violence in the college's parking lot locked down the campus for more than an hour and the school was closed on Wednesday.

    Now a judge will decide whether to accept the plea agreement. Stidham is scheduled to be back in court June 5.

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    Stidham sentenced to life in prison

    HAZARDAlmost one and a half years after the triple-shooting murder, a Perry County man has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole.

    Dalton Stidham, 22, of Hazard, was indicted last year on three counts of murder for the shooting deaths of Caitlin Cornett, Jackie Cornett, and Taylor Cornett, in the parking lot of the First Federal Center at HCTC in Hazard during a custody exchange in January with Caitlin Cornett. Caitlin and Jackie Cornett were pronounced dead at the scene; 12-year-old Taylor Cornett died at the University of Kentucky medical center the following day.

    Stidham was originally entered into a not guilty plea by the court after refusing to enter into a plea himself. His attorney, Will Collins, with the Perry County Public Defenders Office, explained at that time that this would allow for more time for evidence to be gathered in the case.

    Perry County Commonwealths Attorney John Hansen filed a motion in March 2013 to seek the death penalty in the case. Earlier this year, Hansen put a different offer on the table for Stidhamthree life sentences to be served consecutively, with no chance of parole.

    Stidham accepted the plea deal, and on Thursday afternoon was sentenced in Perry County Circuit Court by Judge William Engle to life in prison with no chance of parole.

    While Judge Engle said he did not want to say anymore about the proceedings than he had in court, he said he sentenced Stidham in accordance with the plea deal set forth by the Commonwealths Attorney.

    The Herald reported last month that Hansen said dropping the death penalty for the life sentences had nothing to do with the defendant, but everything to do with the Cornett family.

    They (the family) are at peace with the decision. I would have liked to have seen the death penalty, but I know what happens once the death penalty is granted. I know what happens when the death penalty is overturned, which more than likely it is, Hansen said.

    Hansen went onto say that the Cornett family has suffered enough since the shooting, and he did not think it was right to put them through anymore unnecessary strife.

    If a death penalty decision is overturned for any reason, which they frequently are, that kind of takes away from the family. Its as if something is taken away. I have the discretion to take it to the death penalty or not, but its also my discretion to determine how much more emotional turmoil I need to put this family through, Hansen said.

    http://www.hazard-herald.com/news/ho...life-in-prison

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