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2009.11.10 Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE ***
WFTV Legal Analyst Bill Sheaffer begins a blog on the Casey Anthony case.
SHEAFFER BLOG: Legal Analyst Bill Sheaffer on Casey Anthony Case
Legal Analyst Bill Sheaffer shares his analysis of the Casey Anthony case for WFTV Channel 9 in Orlando. Read His First Post!
For everyone that is concerned about and follows the case against Casey Anthony, it was suggested by the WFTV brass that I start a blog to expand on the analysis I do for Eyewitness News. Be forewarned: I am old school and therefore still in a learning mode about this sort of communication. Any comments, criticism or suggestions won’t hurt my feelings….let me have it. I aim to learn.
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Anthonys Familys' P.I. Deposition Postponed
Posted: 12:18 pm EST November 10, 2009
Updated: 12:40 pm EST November 10, 2009
The Anthony family's private investigator will have to answer questions under oath in the case against Casey Anthony, but he'll get more time to prepare.
Private Investigator Dominic Casey was set to be deposed on Thursday, but it's been pushed back until December 16. Dominic Casey filed a motion on October 21, to stop his November deposition.
METER READER TO BE DEPOSED IN CASEY CASE
Kronk will be deposed on November 19.
MOTION: P.I.'s Privilege Log
*Documents for Roy Kronk's deposition for reference!
READ PDF: Notice Of Deposition
READ PDF: Notice Of Provision
Casey Anthony: Private eye to be deposed next month
posted by halboedeker on Nov 10, 2009 12:35:21 PM
"Dominic has been trying to get out of the deposition, he says, because he went to work for Casey's defense team, he shouldn't have to answer any questions," anchor Barbara West said. "He was videotaped in the woods near the Anthony family home in November [last year], a month before Caylee's remains were found there."
WKMG reporter Tony Pipitone reports:
But a closer look the FBI laboratory test results on the liquid reveals the level of chloroform in the liquid constitutes only about 12 parts per billion. By comparison, drinking water can contain up to 80 parts per billion of chloroform and its chemical cousins and still pass the Environmental Protection Agency standards for chlorinated drinking water.
See the complete story here.
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