Chad Evans Wrongly Convicted


Who IS Chad Evans? - Trial and Shock of Conviction

In his own words, from  Chad Evans Family and heritage Schools and Education Teenage Friends and Fun
First Jobs and McDonald's Career Marriage and Parenting Adult Friends and activities Amanda and Kassidy
Indictment and awaiting Trial Trial and shock of conviction Sentence and Prison Life Staying in Touch with the World
Photographs from 'LETTERS FROM NH PRISON' Documents and Photographs from "Eye Contact"    


The trial of Chad Evans began with the selection of the jury on 4 December 2001 and ended with the jury's guilty verdicts on 21 December 2001.


Chad Evans, 30, glances toward his family and friends as he is led from the courtroom at the Strafford County Superior Court in Dover by an unidentified sheriff's deputy on Friday. Evans was found guilty of second-degree murder, five counts of second-degree assault, endangering the welfare of a child, and simple assault in the Nov. 9, 2000, beating death of 21-month-old Kassidy Bortner.   AP photo