Bryan Steven Lawson And Chandra Lawson Wiki
Bryan Steven Lawson was born on July 5, 1983. According to his Tennessee inmate record, he is 6 ′ 3 ″ and weighs 375 pounds. His status is listed as incarcerated at the Hardeman County Correctional Facility under a medium level of supervision. He was sentenced to 15 years beginning on January 27, 2019 and ending on September 13, 2033. He will be eligible for parole on September 13, 2021. The offense listed is voluntary manslaughter.
Chandra Beth Lawson was born on November 16, 1976 in Church Hill to parents Avery Ann Charles Williams and Gwen Ethridge. According to his obituary, he had a brother, Clay Williams, and two stepsisters, Rachel Morgan and Rebekah Ethridge. Chandra graduated from Christian Life Academy and went to East Tennessee State University and Lincoln Memorial University. Chandra served in the Tennessee Army National Guard from 2006 to 2012. In the documentary series, the producers explained that he was unable to deploy on military tours because he broke his neck during training. His obituary explained that after his death, he received military honors from the Tennessee Army National Guard and the Hawkins County Color Guard.
The new A&E documentary series, Accused: Guilty or Innocent, explores a case from the defendant’s perspective, including his defense, trial, and verdict. As the network explains, it is “an intimate relationship of what happens when someone is formally accused of a crime and sent to trial”, but from the perspective of the accused, his family and the defense team. The series premieres on April 21 with the first episode, “Wife Killer or Self Defense?” The episode explores the case of Bryan Steven Lawson, who shot and killed his wife Beth ‘Chandra’ Lawson on January 27, 2017. The entire incident is captured by cameras the couple had installed in their home, and there is no doubt. that Lawson shot and killed his wife. What the episode and case explore is whether it was murder or self-defense.
Chandra Lawson Son From Deferent Relationship
Chandra had two children, Liam Windham and Bradyn Lawson, from two relationships. Liam was 17 years old at the time of Chandra’s death and Bradyn was just over two years old. Liam is the son of Chandra from a previous relationship, while Bradyn was born when Bryan and Chandra were together. The episode explores that after the shooting, Bryan discovered that Bradyn was not his biological son. Both children were living with the couple at the time of Chandra’s death, although Liam had left for school before the shooting occurred. The video of the shooting shows that Bradyn was right next to his mother when Bryan shot him three times with a pistol.
According to a Tennessee news site, in 2019 Liam was a college student and the 4-year-old Bradyn was the subject of a custody battle. His time was shared between Chandra’s mother and his biological father, who is not named. It’s unclear at this time who has custody over the young boy.
Captured on Video Surveillance
The Lawsons had installed video cameras throughout their home, which meant that the shooting was captured entirely on video. It shows not only the moment Bryan shoots his wife three times with their son standing there, but also shows a domestic dispute in the hour before the shooting. During the dispute, which is shown in its entirety during the Accused: Guilty or innocent? In the episode, Chandra is seen grabbing a baseball bat and threatening Bryan with it multiple times. Spectators can also see her hitting him many times with his hand. Bryan retrieved the gun from behind the sofa when Chandra leaves the room for a few minutes to search for her son.
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