The trial begins for Richard Alan Ross, accused of murdering an Albuquerque couple in 2018. Ross’ defense claims investigators rushed to judgment due to his jail acquaintance with the husband and his move into their home. The defense argues there’s no DNA or fingerprint evidence implicating Ross. They suggest the couple’s “alternative lifestyle” could have introduced potential suspects into their home. Prosecutors contend that Ross’ behavior changed significantly after the murders, and he was tracked using cellphone geolocation. Ross is also charged with theft, larceny, tampering with evidence, identity theft, and unauthorized card use. The trial is expected to last until October 13th. Read the full article for additional details.