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    Zahau Family Sues County for Additional Evidence

    Superior Court of California, County of San Diego

    Case Number: 37-2013-00047752-CU-MC-CTL

    http://courtindex.sdcourt.ca.gov/CISPublic/enter

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    Superior Court of California, County of San Diego - Register of Actions

    Case Number: 37-2013-00047752-CU-MC-CTL

    https://roa.sdcourt.ca.gov/roa/faces/CaseSearch.xhtml

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    Thank you Lash for the new thread and for organizing all the docs!

    Where large sums of money are concerned, it is advisable to trust nobody. -- Agatha Christie


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    Parents Think Daughter Was Murdered

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    A forensic pathologist and a retired homicide detective have concluded that Zahau was the victim of a homicide, the parents claim.

    Under California law, "the parents and siblings of a murder or suicide victim are entitled to the prompt return of property when no longer needed as evidence," the complaint states.

    They also want to look at Zahau's digital cameras, her cell phone, and ropes, knives, paintbrushes, a candle and the bedroom door that displayed the painted message.


    http://www.courthousenews.com/2013/05/14/57605.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Lash* View Post
    Parents Think Daughter Was Murdered

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    A forensic pathologist and a retired homicide detective have concluded that Zahau was the victim of a homicide, the parents claim.

    Under California law, "the parents and siblings of a murder or suicide victim are entitled to the prompt return of property when no longer needed as evidence," the complaint states.

    They also want to look at Zahau's digital cameras, her cell phone, and ropes, knives, paintbrushes, a candle and the bedroom door that displayed the painted message.


    http://www.courthousenews.com/2013/05/14/57605.htm

    Maybe we already knew this and I forgot>>>

    "...with a blue Massimo T-shirt tied three times around the noose, with the tail stuffed in her mouth as a gag"

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Lash* View Post
    Parents Think Daughter Was Murdered

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    A forensic pathologist and a retired homicide detective have concluded that Zahau was the victim of a homicide, the parents claim.

    Under California law, "the parents and siblings of a murder or suicide victim are entitled to the prompt return of property when no longer needed as evidence," the complaint states.

    They also want to look at Zahau's digital cameras, her cell phone, and ropes, knives, paintbrushes, a candle and the bedroom door that displayed the painted message.


    http://www.courthousenews.com/2013/05/14/57605.htm

    There is an error in that article they might want to fix:

    "Adam Shacknai, identified in national news stories as Jonah Shacknai, is an Arizona pharmaceuticals tycoon"


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    Does anyone remember how long it took the court to answer DS when she requested material from Max's file? It might give us an idea on the turn around time for the Zahau family to receive an answer. Not a complete comparison, but maybe a general idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Lash* View Post
    Does anyone remember how long it took the court to answer DS when she requested material from Max's file? It might give us an idea on the turn around time for the Zahau family to receive an answer. Not a complete comparison, but maybe a general idea.
    Dina filed the first lawsuit on March 22.
    http://www.ecoronado.com/profiles/bl...tos-0420121106

    Confusing article on Patch dated June 27, 2012 states:

    A San Diego Superior Court judge on Friday granted Max Shacknai's mother access to photos taken during the autopsy that followed the boy's July death.

    Dina Shacknai, an Arizona resident, , after officials refused an earlier request for the photos.

    In the initial April 10 hearing in the case, to the release of the photos.
    http://coronado.patch.com/groups/edi...autopsy-photos

    If go by these 2 articles, first request on March 22 was denied. Second request was April 10. Judge granted access to photos on June 27. Is that 67 days? Not sure if this answers the question.

    Gore and Wagner have until June 7 (30 days) to respond to the Zahau request IIRC.
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    Has anyone heard anything about this? How long does the court process take? How do we find out if there has been a ruling? I check the new website for updates and it appears that they've extended the time for donations, which is good...

    This poor family needs to have answers, I hope that we find some soon when the court rules. Hopefully someone can tell us how long that is expected to take.

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    Isn't the statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death two years?

    If so, I believe that time period ends in just over a month from now.

    In both MS and RZ cases, I wonder who/if anyone will file and, if so, against whom?
    MOO

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    Quote Originally Posted by inthedark14 View Post
    Has anyone heard anything about this? How long does the court process take? How do we find out if there has been a ruling? I check the new website for updates and it appears that they've extended the time for donations, which is good...

    This poor family needs to have answers, I hope that we find some soon when the court rules. Hopefully someone can tell us how long that is expected to take.
    I thought above in this thread someone mentioned the court had 30 days to respond? I believe the court has responded, but not with a decision. If you look at the case records there is a Civil Case Court Conference scheduled for November 1, 2013.

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    https://roa.sdcourt.ca.gov/roa/

    Case Number: 37-2013-00047752-CU-MC-CTL

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