WINDHAM, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- A judge has denied bail for Noah Gaston, the Windham man accused of shooting and killing his wife.

The ruling came at a bail hearing on Tuesday morning. Judge Michaela Murphy called the hearing after she questioned the state's argument for charging Noah Gaston with intentional murder, noting that nothing in a recorded interview with the Gaston's daughter supported police claims that the girl heard her parents arguing before Alicia Gaston was shot. Noah Gaston maintains he pulled the trigger because he believed his wife was an intruder.

However on Tuesday, Justice Murphy ruled Gaston be held without bail as well as having no contact with his children. The judge said supervised contact with kids is a possibility in the future.