Per JBean's suggestion, I have posted all of them on the Caylee calendar in the Resource forum. I try to keep up with them through the Today's News thread and the Ninth Circuit website. If anyone sees a new one that I haven't added, go ahead and stick it on there, please! Or, pm me with it and I will be happy to add it.
As of now, they are all on there all the way through April 2011. So far, all are Status hearings left that have been ordered.
Here is the link to the Calendar.
If you add a hearing date, just be careful what month/year you enter it in. The default is set for 2008 (when the case began). At the bottom, there is a 'Jump To' option where you need to select the month/year.
Last edited by beach; 05-18-2010 at 12:19 PM.
Funny that he jumped on the circus bandwagon. And not funny ha-ha, but funny wtf-is-the-matter-with-people.
Wow TWA - you're so on it, Bluebonnet! I think you are in the running for MVP!
That is really valuable stuff. Actually, what I meant was a post that RH made here a while back (IIRC) or something in print, in which he described a specific case he worked on in which a client had to file for indigency in the middle of things (the defendant's mother had taken out a second mortgage on the house and it ran out). He said that many attorneys refuse to take such cases because of the herculean effort it takes to document and justify the expenditures. He described how specific he had to be in verifying what had already been spent to the JAC and that if an attorney was deemed by the JAC to have misspent the original funds or the monies spent did not show prioritizing of client and case needs, that disciplinary action up to and including disbarment could occur, IIRC. I went back through his posts and couldn't find it but may look again when I get more time to browse. Thanks again though for your excellent compendium of research you put together for us each and every day!
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Injustice for Caylee Marie Anthony.
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There are several that are WAY out of date. Looks like he just took them from the State's list, which came out in Nov 08 IIRC.
I'd be willing to bet that he has not contacted some of those people and set up their depos. Just put them down as ones he WANTED to depo.
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The fact that they have about 9 depos "scheduled" (riiiight) on the Fridays before major holidays does not sound right. Also noticed that nearly all depo dates are on Fridays. Can only remember one depo day not on a Friday.
Obviously the proper service to Tony would be not only his last known address, but to his lawyer. What in the world?!!!!!!
I remember some of these people being called because ZFG's lawyer was trying to prove that KC made up the Zanny the nanny story to prove damages.
I'm really looking forwards to some of these depositions (grandma and uncle in particular) even though I have read the statements.
I think Baez & co. delayed taking these depositions because they want time to go by and then can claim to the jury that it is nearly impossible to rely on such stale memories...reasonable doubt. He probably didn't want to dip into his share of blood money to pay for them either and waited for state to pay for it.
I have a question here as well.
As I understand it, depositions are meant to explore what people know so the lawyers can best plan their cases. How is a deposition more important than statements taken at the time of the reported crime? What is the big deal about all of these depositions? Do they even need to happen if a prior statement exists? Save money and only depot people what have no prior statements!
It's the journey, not the destination.
Here is a link explaining the difference between "statements" and depositions".
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To my knowledge, the defense has not depoed anyone for the civil trial. Don't think they depoed anyone for the Fraud trial either.
A lawyer will have to answer your question about statements vs depos... I'm interested in the answer to that myself!
Just a note that I had read a response from AZlawyer that it is not possible for someone to file indigency in a civil trial.
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It's the journey, not the destination.
Here is the defense's Motion for Transcription filed 5/14. They want transcripts from 8 LE depositions that they've done.
a. Appling Wells
b. Adriana Acevedo
c. Matt Irwin
d. Lome Gottesman
e. Steven Shaw
f. Karen Lowe
g. Elizabeth Fontaine
h. Heather Seubert
Anyone remember Michelle Medina, esquire? She's listed on the fax page along with Baez.