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Silver Alert CT- Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 #9 *ARRESTS*

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  1. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Well the honest ones will tell you three things about defending their clients:

    1. It's not about getting them the least amount of time, necessarily. It's about forcing the government to comply with constitutional due process protections.

    2. There may be various motivators that justify a lesser sentence. It's always really a process between the state and the defense to come to a reasonable consequence and the state will usually ask for the most they can get even if that's not reasonable under the circumstances.

    3. We have an unequal system of justice in the US that favors certain people and penalizes others. Defense attorneys are well aware and work to remedy that. That wouldn't apply here but it applies usually.
     
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    LVatty10 Verified Attorney

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    Exactly. My crim defense atty friends say that they protect the innocent by defending the guilty. Gotta keep the govt in check. The moment the state doesn’t have to follow the rules to convict FD and other guilties, they won’t have to follow rules at all and can blame and convict whoever they want.

    I couldn’t do it but they a play a very critical role in our justice system. Love them or hate them but we need them.

    (I know you know this, @gitana1 )
     
  3. Dmcp

    Dmcp Well-Known Member

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    I agree regarding the detection risk although there is that and it would be very odd to see a man walking through those woods. But I tried to get a basketball out of the woods the other day in that general area close to the house and it was not a ‘ten minute mile’ pace to do so. I think it is impossible without getting hurt to move at a pace that would be a) rapid or b) predictable in a planned event. JMO
     
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    Mountain Misst FA in Aus.

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    From the cases I've followed over the years, I've noticed that many a perpetrator of a murder has left the trail of crumbs (victim's vehicle on this occasion) in the totally opposite direction from where they want LE to look.
     
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  5. MemPat

    MemPat The EARTH without ART is just EH.

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    LE could very well have found many pieces in the garbage place which they have chosen not to divulge until finishing the search. I'm counting on that even if it's just more bits of sponge and towels with Jennifer's DNA.

    I wonder if they've taken the children to the house to go over the remaining towels and figure out how many are missing. The housekeeper would also be helpful with this and it just adds to the little circumstantial building blocks for the case.
     
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  6. Canchance

    Canchance Well-Known Member

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    Seems most likely to me that somebody picked him up after he jogged thru the park to a nearby location.
     
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  7. MemPat

    MemPat The EARTH without ART is just EH.

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    It's troubling to know searchers often walk right over the burial places during searches for the missing, sometimes for years.
     
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  8. JillR

    JillR Well-Known Member

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    This is the worst feeling and situation in the world. I had an awful feeling today. I saw it going cold. I love all of you. Keep going, if you can! ❤️
     
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    Inthedetails Well-Known Member

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    Wow - this is the first I'm hearing of this.

    jmo
     
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  10. Jmoose

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    I don’t think, in any event, that he could have access to their trust funds. Especially now.
     
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    ... in the house JD bought.
     
  12. citygirl

    citygirl Well-Known Member

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    Hang in there. Despite the fact that it's gone cold for us I think LE is hot on his trail. Really. They've got him under control. Scouring the landfill, the videos, and running all the tips. Only a matter of time, IMO.
     
  13. sleuth66

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    Earlier on when they first started searching there was a MSM piece about search dogs, and they mentioned using dogs that are trained to detect electronics. They might also be looking for JDs phone
     
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    BaileeRyce Major thread reader. Minor poster.

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    Thank you so much for explaining this in layman’s terms!
    I actually understood this :)

    Bailee
     
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    Wow-I’ve never heard of this; just another way that dogs are amazing!
     
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    JMHO, but a couple of days without new active, obvious searches does not equal "cold" to me. LE is following up on tips and looking at many hours of surveillance video. Rome was not built in a day, and neither are criminal cases. MOO
     
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  17. sleuth66

    sleuth66 Well-Known Member

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    Thats’s basically what the CT State Police said today, it’s not cold yet, likely getting warmer...

    “Everyone wants to know what evidence was found in the case but understand with evidence in these types of cases that evidence is only known to the suspect the victim and investigators and sharing it publicly is a defense attorney’s dream,” Foley said.”

    State Police Provide Update on Dulos Investigation
     
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    Here’s the article about the dogs they’re using. Lots about tracking electronics, plus they can detect human scent even if the body is under water. K9 teams are amazing. They also can remember the scent for years, there are cases where they’re out in public and find the perpetrator while walking down the sidewalk years later because they were trained on the scent.

    State Police K9 Teams Hard at Work During Dulos Case
     
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  19. Simply Southern

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    Happy to have another local !!!

    Welcome to Websleuths !!!
     
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  20. Kapua

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    There are a few options. If FD parked the red truck at the park in the morning, he only needed to walk to the house once, then he could drive JD's car back down to the park. He also could have parked the red truck at a halfway point, or anywhere where he could walk downhill and drive uphill. He was there just a couple of days earlier. IMHO, he scoped it out thoroughly then.
     
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