Ian Mitcham will face trial for the murder of Allison Feldman in 2015 after the Arizona Court of Appeals for the DNA of the suspect to be used in the trial.
2015 Allison Feldman Murder Case
Based on a report from KJZZ, DNA of the suspect for the murder of Allison Feldman had evaded justice after his DNA sample was put into question by the Superior Court Judge who had ruled out that the DNA was obtained illegally.
According to the report, the DNA was seized without the permission of the suspect Ian Mitcham. It was also mentioned that there was no warrant issued to have his DNA used for the trial. This is amidst the fact that his DNA matched the unknown DNA gathered in the crime scene of Allison Feldman Murder Case in 2015.
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Suspect For Allison Feldman Murder Case, Will Now Stand Trial
It can be recalled that Allison Feldman was found dead in 2015. In a report from Fox, Allison Feldman’s dead body was discovered by her boyfriend. During the investigation, she was found to have been strangled and sexually assaulted using a beer bottle. It was also revealed that the suspect used cleaning agents like chlorine and bleach to clean the crime scene.
Ian Mitcham was initially arrested in 2018, three years after the murder. However, his defense team argued that his constitutional rights was violated since he had not agreed on having his DNA tested for the criminal justice system.