Jambois Withdraws From Jenson Trial

The original prosecutor for the Mark Jensen murder case will no longer handle the retrial. Former District Attorney Robert Jambois was expected to return to Kenosha County to lead the new prosecution of Jensen, who was convicted of the 1998 poisoning death of his wife Julie. His conviction was overturned in 2013, and the Kenosha County District Attorney’s office opted to re-prosecute the case. Assistant Attorney General Angelina Gabriele, a former Kenosha County assistant district attorney who was the second prosecutor on the case at the original trial, was already given approval from the Wisconsin Department of Justice to return as a special prosecutor for the retrial. Deputy District Attorney Michael Graveley had already agreed to work with both Gabriele and Jambois on the case. With both sides ready to move forward, the trial is scheduled for March 6.



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