Turner Man’s Statement Made to Newphew Admitted as Evidence in Murder Trial 

A judge says a Turner man’s statement made to his nephew can be admitted as evidence in his murder trial.Brian Nichols is accused of shooting and killing his wife, Jane Tetreau, in May 2010.His lawyer sought to suppress the statements, arguing that Nichols’ comments were intended for a family member. He confessed to his nephew, a sheriff’s deputy, who approached with his gun drawn and ordered him to the ground.