Update: Sentencing phase of Cargill trial begins
SMITH COUNTY — The Kimberly Cargill trial moves to the punishment phase this morning. On Friday, a jury found Cargill guilty of capital murder in the June 2010 death of Cherry Walker. She faces life without parole or the death penalty.
Kimberly Cargill has been found guilty of capital murder in the death of her child's babysitter. The sentencing phase of the trial begins Monday.
A verdict may be reached today in the case of Kimberly Cargill, the Whitehouse woman accused of killing her child's babysitter.
29 year old Cherry Walker was killed in June of 2010, once day after she was subpoenaed to testify in a custody hearing over Cargill's 4 year old son.
Cargill is charged with her murder.
If convicted, she faces the death penalty.
KETK has a crew in the courtroom, and will provide more information as the details come in.