Murder Trial Underway

Rawlins, Wy – A second-degree murder trial is underway in Rawlins for a man accused of shooting another man in the face with
a shotgun.
The prosecution and defense gave opening statements Monday in
the trial of Forrest Bromley, who's accused of shooting Jason Voss
a little over a year ago.
Prosecutor Cal Rerucha and defense attorney Jason Tangeman
agreed that the men drank beer and smoked marijuana before the
shooting. But similarities in the two accounts ended there.
Rerucha told jurors that Bromley aimed the gun at Voss and
deliberately pulled the trigger, while Tangeman says what happened
was an accident.
Second-degree murder is punishable by 20 years to life in
prison.