Chandler Halderson’s Sentencing Date
When was Chandler Halderson sentenced? Many people have been wondering when the case was finally resolved. Now, his sentencing date is scheduled for July 18. He has been in prison before for a crime he did not commit. He was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole, a bit sooner than expected.
Halderson was charged with eight counts of first-degree intentional homicide. After two hours of deliberation, the jury sent the case to a judge. The judge will consider whether he is eligible to be paroled after he has served his sentence in jail. He could be sentenced to life imprisonment. On July 9, Bart Halderson and his wife, Krista, reported their missing parents were in an area of rural Wisconsin where Chandler lived. Police were able to find human remains scattered in areas of Dane County.
Chandler Halderson was sentenced to life in prison without parole for his crimes. The sentences include life without parole for killing his parents, and he will serve the maximum penalties for other charges. These will be served concurrently. Halderson was sentenced for three years for false information regarding a kidnapping and seven years and six month for mutilating or hiding a corpse. While the sentence is harsh, the judge is saying that it’s fair. Chandler Halderson will have the chance to appeal his case.
Chandler Halderson’s sentencing date is set for Thursday. He was convicted of killing his parents and dismembering them. He has already filed a notice that he intends to file for post-conviction relief. The Halderson sentencing hearing is set for Thursday. The notice was filed to protect his right to appeal. He did not appear in court during the trial.
Halderson was taken to Waupun’s Dodge Correctional Institution after his trial. He was convicted of four counts including first degree intentional murder, mutilating and providing false information to the police. He was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole for the murder of his parents. He was also sentenced to death for his parents’ murder.
According to the court, police found several gun casings at Halderson’s home. The court has yet to determine the firearm’s recovery, even though he was found guilty. NBC15 News interviewed Chandler Halderson on July 8. The investigation revealed that he had been going door-to-door asking for surveillance footage of his home. In his interview, he said he was asking for the video because he wanted to see his parents leaving the house.