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This Isn’t ‘ESPN’: Judge Argues with Confrontational Fotis Dulos Attorney at Arraignment

This Isn’t ‘ESPN’: Judge Argues with Confrontational Fotis Dulos Attorney at Arraignment

- Law & Crime
The attorney for Connecticut man Fotis Dulos argued with the judge Thursday during the arraignment for another tampering with evidence charge in the disappearance of the defendant’s estranged wife Jennifer Farber Dulos. Attorney Norm Pattis started attacking the state’s case, but the judge cut him off.
“This business of seriatum arrests–” Pattis said.
“Counsel, this is not the time for the closing arguments,” said the...

Fotis Dulos’s Lawyers Want His Stuff Back So They Can Build a Defense

Fotis Dulos’s Lawyers Want His Stuff Back So They Can Build a Defense

- Law & Crime
Attorneys for Connecticut man Fotis Dulos, 51, are attempting to build a defense in the disappearance of Dulos’s 50-year-old estranged wife Jennifer Dulos. To do so, they’ll need their client’s stuff back, they say.
In a motion, the defense requested that authorities return three vehicles, phones, and computer equipment — all of which were seized as evidence.
“The defendant needs access to it for practical reasons and in order to mount his...

Connecticut Supreme Court Tosses Conviction of Kennedy Cousin Michael Skakel

Connecticut Supreme Court Tosses Conviction of Kennedy Cousin Michael Skakel

- Law & Crime
In an extremely rare move, the Connecticut Supreme Court reversed its own previous decision in the case of Michael Skakel, a cousin of the Kennedy family. The court on Friday ruled that Skakel did not receive a fair murder trial in the death of Martha Moxley. Skakel and Moxley were neighbors in affluent Greenwich, Conn. when she was murdered in October 1975. Moxley was 15 when she died. Skakel was tried and convicted in 2002. He is a nephew of the widow of Sen. Robert Kennedy.
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