Man Convicted in Chandra Levy Murder Gets New Trial Date

The man accused of – and convicted in – the 2001 murder of Washington, D.C., intern Chandra Levy will get a second chance to prove his innocence early next year.

Jurors in 2010 found Salvadoran immigrant Ingmar Guandique guilty in the high-profile killing, nine years after Levy, 24, disappeared while jogging alone in Rock Creek Park in May 2001. Her remains were discovered a year later.

Guilty Verdict Issued in Chandra Levy Murder Trial

Nine years after Chandra Levy’s death, a jury has convicted Salvadoran immigrant Ingmar Guandique of murdering her.

Guandique, 29, was convicted of two counts of first-degree murder for attacking Levy while she was jogging alone in Rock Creek Park in May 2001. Her body was discovered a year later.

Guandique could get a minimum of 30 years and a maximum of life in prison. His sentencing hearing has been set for Feb. 11.

Gary Condit Testifies in Chandra Levy Murder Trial

Former California Rep. Gary Condit testified Monday he had nothing to do with Chandra Levy’s murder, but refused to address if the two were romantically involved.

“I think we’re all entitled to some level of privacy,” Condit said Monday in a Washington D.C. courtroom at the trial of Ingmar Guandique, 29, who is charged with murder, kidnapping and attempted sexual assault.

Chandra Levy Murder Trial Starts – Nine Years Later

It was a tragedy that ended the life of a young woman and swept up a congressman in a wave of scandal that destroyed his political career.

Nine years later, the trial of Chandra Levy’s alleged murderer has begun – and former Democratic Rep. Gary Condit, never named as a police suspect but the center of international attention because of his alleged romantic involvement with Levy, may be called as a witness.

Arrest Warrant Issued in 2001 Chandra Levy Case

A jailed laborer from El Salvador has been charged with first-degree murder in what had been one of the nation’s great unsolved mystery cases: the 2001 slaying of Washington intern Chandra Levy.

Gary Condit Takes on Connie Chung

Deposed California Rep. Gary Condit, who didn’t spill any beans to Connie Chung when she interviewed him on ABC last August at the height of the search for missing federal intern Chandra Levy, finally has something to say, reports The Washington Post’s “Reliable Source” column. Latching on to an advance copy of the September Esquire magazine, The Post excepts part of an interview with Condit, 54, in which he lashes out at Chung, 55 (who is now a regular on CNN, which, like PEOPLE, is part of AOL Time Warner).