December 15, 2003 - The defense rests.
December 16, 2003 - Jury deliberations begin.
December 18, 2003 - Malvo is found guilty of terrorism, capital murder and the use of a firearm during the commission of murder in the October 14, 2002, murder of Linda Franklin.
March 10, 2004 - Is sentenced to life in prison without parole after being found guilty of terrorism, capital murder, and the use of a firearm in the commission of a murder
October 26, 2004 - As part of a plea bargain in Spotsylvania County, Virginia court, he pleads guilty and is sentenced to life without parole for the murder of Kenneth Bridges (10/11/02) and the shooting of Caroline Seawell (10/4/02).
March 1, 2005 - As the U.S. Supreme Court bans the death penalty for anyone under 18, Prince William County Commonwealth's Attorney Paul Ebert announces that he will not prosecute Malvo for another Virginia murder.
May 7, 2005 - Charges in Hanover County, Virginia are dropped because the victim, Jeffrey Hopper, refuses to testify.
May 23, 2006 - Malvo takes the stand in the Muhammad's murder trial after agreeing to plead guilty to the Montgomery County,, Maryland murder charges and testify for the prosecution. He had refused to testify in Muhammad's Virginia trial, invoking his constitutional right against self-incrimination.
October 10, 2006 - Formally pleads guilty and confesses to six shootings in Montgomery County, Maryland.
October 27, 2006 - Tucson, Arizona police announce that Malvo has confessed to the 2002 murder of Jerry Taylor on a local golf course.
November 8, 2006 - Is sentenced to life in prison for the six Montgomery County, Maryland shootings.
July 29, 2010 - In a television interview on the A&E cable channel, via telephone, "Confessions of the DC Sniper with William Shatner: An Aftermath Special". Malvo claims to have killed more than 40 others across the country and that were other accomplices involved.
August 2010 - Police cannot confirm or refute Malvo's claim of additional victims. Malvo refuses to co-operate with police after interview with William Shatner.
September 30, 2012 - The Washington Post releases three hours of interviews with Malvo where he recounts his actions and feelings over the 21-day killing spree and the decade since. Malvo calls himself a monster.