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2010.09.29 - Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSION HERE PLEASE***
Murder Docket Updated
09/28/2010 Order Granting State's Second Motion to Compel Reciprocal Discovery and Motion for Discovery Schedule
09/28/2010 Order Granting Motion to Take Deposition to Perpetuate Testimony of Jill Kerley
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Strike Notice of Deposition and Motion for Protective Order
09/28/2010 Order Granting Motion to Modify Order Compelling Access to Crime Scene Photographs for Defense Experts
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Depose Witnesses
09/28/2010 Order Granting Motion to Compel Search Warrant Affidavits for December 11, 2008 and December 20, 2008 Searches, Including Inventory of Items Seized and Warrants Filed
09/28/2010 Order Granting Objection to State's Request for an Order Staying the Order Disposing of the Defense Emergency Motion to Compel Photographs and X-Rays Taken of Remains
09/28/2010 Order Denying Motion to Stay Order Disposing of Emergency Motion to Compel Photographs and X-Rays Taken of Remains and Motion to Amend Order to Comply with Florida Statute 406.135
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Produce Crime Scene Reports on Car, Including Photos
09/28/2010 Order Granting Motion to Compel Unedited 911 Calls Made by Roy Kronk and any Reports Related to Calls
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Strike Defense Witness List
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Compel K9 Information
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Compel Notes, Reports, Photographs, Slides, and to Allow Inspection of Hair
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Allow Use of Laptop Computers Within Orange County Jail
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Compel Tips Gathered by Law Enforcement
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Compel Crime Scene Investigation Reports and Photos
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing State's Objection to Motion to Continue
09/28/2010 Order Denying Motion to Restrict Disclosure
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Appoint Special Master
09/28/2010 Order Granting Demand for Discovery and Inspection Relating to Digital Forensic Evidence Obtained from Ricardo Morales
09/28/2010 Order Denying Motion to Compel Investigative Reports on Zenaida Gonzales
09/28/2010 Order Granting Motion to Compel DNA Reports for George, Cindy, and Lee Anthony
09/28/2010 Order Denying Motion to Compel Fingerprint Reports of George, Cindy, and Lee Anthony
09/28/2010 Order Granting Motion to Compel Timeline, Communications, and Related Notice of Law Enforcement's Interview with Anthony Lazzaro
09/28/2010 Order Granting Motion to Produce Hair for Inspection and Testing and All Related Notes and Reports
09/28/2010 Order Granting Motion to Inspect Photographic Evidence and All Items Seized at Crime Scene
09/28/2010 Order Granting Motion to Compel Release of Video Visitation of George and Cindy Anthony on August 14, 2008
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Quash Subpoena Duces Tecum
09/28/2010 Order Denying Supplemental Motion to Compel Forensic Discovery
09/28/2010 Order Granting Motion for Transcription Services
Casey Anthony - Dr. G questioned, Defense allowed to inspect Caylee’s shorts
However, Judge Belvin Perry denied the defense’s request to have that testing conducted by a foreign laboratory.
Casey Anthony’s lawyers had a Dutch scientist lined up to do the testing for free, but the judge ruled the evidence cannot be taken out of the country, and must be done by a scientist accredited in the U.S. -- which the Dutch scientist is not.
Instead, both sides agreed on another lab -- National Medical Services, in Pennsylvania -- to conduct the DNA tests.
More Murder Docket Updates:
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion to Compel Bench Notes
09/28/2010 Order Granting Motion to Withdraw
09/28/2010 Order Dismissing Motion for Leave to File Supplemental Authority
09/28/2010 Order Granting in Part and Denying in Part Motion to Test for DNA Evidence
09/28/2010 Order Memorializing Status Hearing
Casually related news....
Why did Mark NeJame ask WESH to leave news conference?
Duct Tape Debate Resurfaces In Anthony Case
Defense Claims Tape Not Adhered To Caylee's Remains
In her autopsy report, Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Jan Garavaglia found the duct tape was clearly placed prior to decomposition.
The attorney for Roy Kronk, who is the man who found the remains, said, "I can verify that Roy told law enforcement and testified in his deposition that the tape was on the skull and over the mouth."
Defense attorneys for Anthony beg to differ.
"The tape was not adhered to any part of this child -- just some of her hair. The rest is not accurate," defense attorney Cheney Mason said.
Garavaglia's report said the tape was "over" the lower skull. She also noted that there was "no visible soft tissue" beneath or stuck to the tape.
Casey's Defense Questions More Investigators
Casey Anthony: Is Importance of Duct Tape Open for Debate?
What Do Casey Anthony And Scott Peterson Have In Common?
Unclear Cause Of Death Only One Similarity
In both cases, the victim’s cause of death was never determined.
California investigators found a single strand of Laci Peterson’s hair in a pair of pliers on her husband’s boat.
Inside Casey Anthony’s car trunk, Orlando authorities found a single strand of Caylee’s hair.
Like Anthony’s team is doing now, Peterson’s lawyers based their defense on a lack of scientific evidence while downplaying the circumstantial.
Jurors in the Peterson case later pointed to Peterson’s lack of emotion while his wife was missing. They said all of the pieces of circumstantial evidence added up to his guilt.
Jurors later recommended death for Peterson because he betrayed his responsibility to protect his wife and unborn child.
Casey Anthony: WESH explores the focus on duct tape
In a later report, Kealing examined similarities between the Anthony case and that of Scott Peterson, the California man who was sentenced to die for the murder of his wife and unborn child. ”In both cases, the victims’ cause of death was never determined,” Kealing noted. ”The jurors later explained that they recommended death for Peterson because he betrayed his responsibility to protect his wife and unborn child.”
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