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Harris County sheriff's deputies said her husband, David, was the only suspect from the start.A coach at Alief Hastings High School, David Temple, told investigators that he came home to find his wife's body in an upstairs closet.There were signs of a break-in, but nothing was taken.David Temple, 39, was charged with murder in 2004.Prosecutors were expected to present evidence including gunshot residue found on his clothing, a burglary that appeared to be staged and David Temple's affair with another teacher."Our son is innocent," said David Temple's mother as she walked into the courthouse."We have a gag order."David Temple's parents plan to be in court for the entire trial, which is expected to last four weeks.Defense attorney Dick Deguerin will focus on evidence that shows David Temple on video surveillance at a grocery store at the time neighbors said they heard a "boom" at the Temple house.If convicted of murder, David Temple could face from five years to 99 years in prison.
David Temple | More DetailsClick2Houston.com - News - Grand Jury Indicts H.S. Coach In Pregnant Wife's MurderHer husband, David Mark Temple, was arrested on Nov. 30 while he was on his way to work and was charged with murder.Temple's attorney, Dick DeGuerin said he was not surprised Temple was indicted by a grand jury.He said the recent trial of Scott Peterson has affected his client's case.Temple was arrested two weeks after jurors found Peterson guilty of killing his wife and unborn son."David Temple didn't kill his wife.Investigators said Temple found his wife's body and clues over the years linked him as the only suspect.Initially, Temple phoned police to say his home was burglarized.David TempleThe murder weapon has not been found.Temple is currently out of jail on a $30,000 bond.He has been suspended with pay from his coaching job at Hastings High School.He has been with the Alief Independent School District since 1994.
David TempleA family friend of David Temple told jurors that Temple often used a 12-gauge shotgun while hunting.Her husband, David Temple, who is on trial for her killing, was an avid hunter.But at the beginning of the trial, his attorney told jurors Temple has never owned a 12 gauge."The only shotgun that David Temple has ever owned was a 20-gauge shotgun.Harris County sheriff's deputies have said David Temple was the only suspect from the start.A coach at Alief Hastings High School, Temple told investigators that he came home to find his wife's body in an upstairs closet.There were signs of a break-in, but nothing was taken.David Temple, 39, was charged with murder in 2004.If convicted of murder, David Temple could face from five years to 99 years in prison.
Harris County prosecutor Kelly Siegler gestures towards defendant David Temple during his 2007 murder trial in this Chronicle file photo.
Harris County prosecutor Kelly Siegler gestures towards defendant David Temple during his 2007 murder trial in this Chronicle file photo. David Temple, the coach and former Katy High School football star serving a life sentence for killing his pregnant wife in 1999, should be declared "actually innocent" because of evidence that was withheld from his defense team, lawyers for Temple said Friday.
High school coach David Mark Temple was arrested Tuesday in the death of his pregnant wife, who was found shot to death in their home almost six years ago.A criminal complaint accuses David Temple, 36, of Richmond, of firing the shot that killed his pregnant wife, who was 30.His bond is set at $30,000.Temple, who has since remarried, was arrested Tuesday morning as he was driving to work at Hastings High School in the Alief school district.Lt. Danny Billingsley of the Harris County Sheriff,s Homicide Division said recent evidence was a factor in the arrest, but he declined to elaborate."There is no ,something new, that brought us here _ it was just the totality of the evidence finally reached that point," Billingsley told the Houston Chronicle for its Tuesday online editions."Some of this evidence is rather recent."Detectives also interviewed Temple,s wife, who married him in June 2001.At the time of the crime, David Temple told detectives he came home with their son, then 3 years old, to find a window broken in the rear of their house.Nothing was missing from the home.Posted to MyPlainview: NOVEMBER 30, 2004 21:56 CST High school coach David Mark Temple was arrested Tuesday in the death of his pregnant wife, who was found shot to death in their home almost six years ago.Temple is charged . . .