Kohberger's attorneys wants cameras banned

Bryan Kohberger's attorneys have asked the judge to ban cameras from the courtroom for “the remainder of the proceedings,” complaining that photojournalists have not complied with a court directive to avoid focusing on him in court. In a letter to the judge, Kohberger lawyer Anne Taylor noted that “camera-wielding courtroom observers have failed to obey” an earlier directive by the judge, according to Fox News Digital. LiveNOW's Carel Lajara spoke with legal analyst Nicole DeBorde about cameras in the courtroom. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

Idaho college murders: Suspect back in court

Bryan Kohberger was back in an Idaho courtroom for a motion hearing ahead of the start of his murder trial. Kohberger is accused of fatally stabbing Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Ethan Chapin, and Xana Kernodle in their off-campus home at the University of Idaho. Several motions need to be heard and decided upon, making on early October trial start unlikely. LiveNOW's Andrew Craft spoke with FOX's Mills Hayes about the latest in court. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

Bryan Kohberger's attorney files new motion

The attorney for Bryan Kohberger filed a motion stating that he has "long had a habit of going for drives alone" and that Kohberger was out driving when the killings happened. Kohberger is the man accused of fatally stabbing four students at the University of Idaho last November. LiveNOW's Carel Lajara spoke with criminal defense attorney Jacqueline Goodman about the defense's latest motion and the alibi claims that Kohberger was "out driving" on the night of the murders. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video