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Detective Charged in Wife's Death

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John Ludwig dialed 911 at 8:38 a.m. and said his wife was dead, Loudoun Sheriff Stephen O. Simpson said.Ludwig, a 17-year member of the Marshals Service, was taken into custody minutes later when authorities arrived at the Ashburn home, Simpson said.Ludwig, 51, was charged in the afternoon with the first-degree murder of Karen M. Ludwig, 38, Simpson said.Others said Ludwig, a motorcyclist who owns three or four Harley-Davidsons, was never unkind or aloof.


www.tomrust.org

Marshal John Ludwig, who was convicted last year of voluntary manslaughter for killing his wife Karen.Mr. Ludwig had sought the proceeds of his wife's life insurance policy by arguing that Virginia's "Slayer Statute," which bars killers from profiting from their actions, applies only to murder convictions.A jury convicted Ludwig of voluntary manslaughter rather than murder.A U.S. District Court ruled yesterday that John Ludwig could not recover the proceeds of the policy because his deceased wife had purchased the policy in Pennsylvania and the slayer statute in that state prevented him from recovering the money.Although the judge went on to say that Ludwig would not have been entitled to the money even under Virginia law, his judgment does not set a precedent in Virginia and could be decided another way by another judge.


Times Community Newspapers - Ludwig sentenced to 6-1/2 years

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> Ludwig sentenced to 6-1/2 years Marshal John William Ludwig. Ludwig was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter and use of a firearm in the commission of murder for shooting and killing his wife, Karen Marie Ludwig, in July 2005 in Ashburn.


Loudoun Independent

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Posted: July 27, 2006 | Former U.S. Deputy Marshal John Ludwig should serve a total of 6-1/2 years in prison, a Loudoun County jury recommended July 20 after finding Ludwig guilty of voluntary manslaughter and using a firearm during a felony in connection with the ...


Suppression Of U.S. Marshal’s Statements Halts Trial -- Leesburg2Day-- The Journal of Loudoun County

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Loudoun Circuit Court Judge James Chamblin ruled that U.S. Deputy Marshal John Ludwig had a right to have his attorney present during the July 6, 2005, interrogation because Ludwig had requested one.Although Chamblin said Ludwig gave the statements voluntarily and that his 6th Amendment right "had not attached when statements were made," the interrogation was still in violation of the law. The judge's ruling is a major setback to the prosecution because that evidence allegedly would have shown that Ludwig admitted to fatally shooting his wife on July 4, 2005, at the couple's home on Hollywood Park Place in Ashburn. Levay's motion states when investigators began their interrogation, Ludwig said he was willing to talk but wanted to speak to an attorney first.Ludwig made contact with Levay and the defense attorney met with Ludwig privately for about 20 to 30 minutes and then left after telling investigators, "I told him not to say anything but he's going to do what he is going to do."Ludwig made contact with Levay and the defense attorney met with Ludwig privately for about 20 to 30 minutes and then left after telling investigators, "I told him not to say anything but he's going to do what he is going to do."Levay's motion to suppress states that "Ludwig reaffirmed this instruction to police during this subsequent interview.Depsite this information, the police initiated questioning after counsel for Mr. Ludwig had departed." The prosecutor in the case, Robert Vernail, said Ludwig was willing to discuss the case even told the investigators "All right guys, don't blow this.The investigators then provided Ludwig with a Miranda rights sheet to sign, which he did, after reading the rights out loud. "Although Mr. Ludwig's request for counsel was honored and he did have an opportunity to consult with counsel, he did not initiate further communication with the police," the suppression motion states.According to court records, Ludwig and his wife were involved in a domestic dispute on July 4, a day before Ludwig's birthday.Ludwig has a history of marital problems and this was his fourth marriage.Investigators say the argument reached a level in which Ludwig fatally shot his wife with a Smith and Wesson revolver that police found near the couple's bed.He then took copious amounts of whiskey, Ultram and Cyclobenzaprine, in a suicide attemot and passed out for about 24 hours. Court records state Ludwig woke up on July 6 and called the sheriff's office at 8:38 a.m. and said: "I just shot my wife," but Levay is refuting the report's accuracy.


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