A Tampa jury found Trevor Summers guilty of all 11 charges Friday night related to the kidnapping, rape and attempted murder of his former wife in 2017 after she sought a divorce.
Jury consultations started not long before 2 p.m. furthermore, completed soon after 7 p.m. — including requesting supper, as per Mike Moore, a representative for the thirteenth Judicial Circuit Court in Hillsborough County.
A condemning hearing for Summers has been booked for 9 a.m. on Oct. 3.
Summers unloaded his court-named lawyer halfway through the preliminary, choosing to address himself.
It happened soon after his previous spouse took the testimony box and depicted for the jury a three-day difficulty wherein she was bound, physically went after and cruised all over country Florida.
Examiners depicted Summers as an oppressive and controlling spouse who couldn't stand that his better half needed to leave him.