Dylan Redwine's father’s trial in death of son rescheduled to 18 Sept 2019

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  1. sleuther0192837465

    sleuther0192837465 Well-Known Member

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    Watching the ID Still a Mystery episode. Dylan was such an amazing boy...what a devastating loss ;(
     
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    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    Monday, June 24th:
    *Motions Hearing (@ 9am MT) - CO - Dylan Nicholas Redwine (13) (Nov. 19, 2012, Broomfield; found June 27, 2013 & Nov. 1, 2015 his skull) - *Mark Allen Redwine (55), "father" indicted (6-20-17) of 2nd degree murder & child abuse resulting in death. Plead not guilty. $750K bond.
    Trial starts 9/19/19
    Previous court hearings from 9/10/17 thru 12/8/18 reference post #17 here:
    Dylan Redwine's father’s trial in death of son rescheduled to 18 Sept 2019

    1/10/19 Update: Motions hearings scheduled for 3/11, 3/12, 3/13, 3/14 & 3/15. Trial starts 6/24 thru 7/15/19. 3/8/19 Update: Motion hearings scheduled for 3/11 to 3/15 have been cancelled. Next Status Conferencing hearing on 4/25, Motions hearings on 5/2, 5/20 & 5/21. Trial starts 6/24 & a Status Conference hearing on 6/27.
    4/24/19 Update: Trial has been granted a continuance. All hearings on 5/2, 5/20, 5/21, 6/24 & 6/27 cancelled. New dates: Motion hearings on 6/24, 6/25, 6/26 & 6/27 all at 9am. Plus Status conference hearing on 6/27 @ 1pm. Motion hearing on 6/28, Status hearing on 7/25, Status hearing on 8/14, Pretrial Conference hearing on 9/5 and jury trial will now start on 9/19/19.
    5/7/19 Update: Prosecutors formalized the statements they would like to introduce from Dylan in a document that details what the boy said to others about his relationship with his father. The document, as ordered by 6th Judicial District Court Chief Judge Jeffery Wilson, cites evidence contained in hundreds of pages of discovery. Wilson must now review Dylan’s statements & decide whether 13 conversations the boy had with 10 people before he died will be permitted at trial.
    5/22/19 Update: Sixth Judicial District Court Judge Jeffery Wilson will allow evidence obtained by sniffing dogs at trial, despite the defense’s argument that such evidence is unscientific and unreliable. Wilson said in his order that he will allow the defense team to present further arguments and evidence at an upcoming motions hearing about why cadaver dog evidence shouldn’t be allowed at trial.
     
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    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    Tuesday, June 25th:
    *Motions Hearing (@ 9am MT) - CO - Dylan Nicholas Redwine (13) (Nov. 19, 2012, Broomfield; found June 27, 2013 & Nov. 1, 2015 his skull) - *Mark Allen Redwine (55), "father" indicted (6-20-17) of 2nd degree murder & child abuse resulting in death. Plead not guilty. $750K bond.
    Trial starts 9/19/19
    Previous court hearings from 9/10/17 thru 12/8/18 reference post #17 here:
    Dylan Redwine's father’s trial in death of son rescheduled to 18 Sept 2019

    1/10/19 Update: Motions hearings scheduled for 3/11, 3/12, 3/13, 3/14 & 3/15. Trial starts 6/24 thru 7/15/19. 3/8/19 Update: Motion hearings scheduled for 3/11 to 3/15 have been cancelled. Next Status Conferencing hearing on 4/25, Motions hearings on 5/2, 5/20 & 5/21. Trial starts 6/24 & a Status Conference hearing on 6/27.
    4/24/19 Update: Trial has been granted a continuance. All hearings n 5/2, 5/20, 5/21, 6/24 & 6/27 cancelled. New dates: Motion hearings on 6/24, 6/25, 6/26 & 6/27 all at 9am. Plus Status conference hearing on 6/27 @ 1pm. Motion hearing on 6/28, Status hearing on 7/25, Status hearing on 8/14, Pretrial Conference hearing on 9/5 and jury trial will now start on 9/19/19.

    5/7/19 Update: Prosecutors formalized the statements they would like to introduce from Dylan in a document that details what the boy said to others about his relationship with his father. The document, as ordered by 6th Judicial District Court Chief Judge Jeffery Wilson, cites evidence contained in hundreds of pages of discovery. Wilson must now review Dylan’s statements & decide whether 13 conversations the boy had with 10 people before he died will be permitted at trial.
     
  4. Niner

    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    Anyone has access to the actual court minutes? All I have is a link to the court dates... wondering what happened yesterday.

    TIA! :)
     
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  6. Niner

    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    Wednesday, June 26th:
    *Motions Hearing (@ 9am MT) - CO - Dylan Nicholas Redwine (13) (Nov. 19, 2012, Broomfield; found June 27, 2013 & Nov. 1, 2015 his skull) - *Mark Allen Redwine (55), "father" indicted (6-20-17) of 2nd degree murder & child abuse resulting in death. Plead not guilty. $750K bond.
    Trial starts 9/19/19.
    Previous court hearings from 9/10/17 thru 12/8/18 reference post #17 here:
    Dylan Redwine's father’s trial in death of son rescheduled to 18 Sept 2019

    1/10/19 Update: Motions hearings scheduled for 3/11, 3/12, 3/13, 3/14 & 3/15. Trial starts 6/24 thru 7/15/19. 3/8/19 Update: Motion hearings scheduled for 3/11 to 3/15 have been cancelled. Next Status Conferencing hearing on 4/25, Motions hearings on 5/2, 5/20 & 5/21. Trial starts 6/24 & a Status Conference hearing on 6/27.
    4/24/19 Update: Trial has been granted a continuance. All hearings n 5/2, 5/20, 5/21, 6/24 & 6/27 cancelled. New dates: Motion hearings on 6/24, 6/25, 6/26 & 6/27 all at 9am. Plus Status conference hearing on 6/27 @ 1pm. Motion hearing on 6/28, Status hearing on 7/25, Status hearing on 8/14, Pretrial Conference hearing on 9/5 and jury trial will now start on 9/19/19.
    5/7/19 Update: Prosecutors formalized the statements they would like to introduce from Dylan in a document that details what the boy said to others about his relationship with his father. The document, as ordered by 6th Judicial District Court Chief Judge Jeffery Wilson, cites evidence contained in hundreds of pages of discovery. Wilson must now review Dylan’s statements & decide whether 13 conversations the boy had with 10 people before he died will be permitted at trial.
    6/24 & 6/25 hearings no info yet.
     
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    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    Thursday, June 27th:
    *Motions Hearing (@ 9am MT) & Status Conference Hearing (@ 1pm MT) - CO - Dylan Nicholas Redwine (13) (Nov. 19, 2012, Broomfield; found June 27, 2013 & Nov. 1, 2015 his skull) - *Mark Allen Redwine (55), "father" indicted (6-20-17) of 2nd degree murder & child abuse resulting in death. Plead not guilty. $750K bond.
    Trial starts 9/19/19
    Previous court hearings from 9/10/17 thru 12/8/18 reference post #17 here:
    Dylan Redwine's father’s trial in death of son rescheduled to 18 Sept 2019

    1/10/19 Update: Motions hearings scheduled for 3/11, 3/12, 3/13, 3/14 & 3/15. Trial starts 6/24 thru 7/15/19. 3/8/19 Update: Motion hearings scheduled for 3/11 to 3/15 have been cancelled. Next Status Conferencing hearing on 4/25, Motions hearings on 5/2, 5/20 & 5/21. Trial starts 6/24 & a Status Conference hearing on 6/27.
    4/24/19 Update: Trial has been granted a continuance. All hearings n 5/2, 5/20, 5/21, 6/24 & 6/27 cancelled. New dates: Motion hearings on 6/24, 6/25, 6/26 & 6/27 all at 9am. Plus Status conference hearing on 6/27 @ 1pm. Motion hearing on 6/28, Status hearing on 7/25, Status hearing on 8/14, Pretrial Conference hearing on 9/5 and jury trial will now start on 9/19/19.
    5/7/19 Update: Prosecutors formalized the statements they would like to introduce from Dylan in a document that details what the boy said to others about his relationship with his father. The document, as ordered by 6th Judicial District Court Chief Judge Jeffery Wilson, cites evidence contained in hundreds of pages of discovery. Wilson must now review Dylan’s statements & decide whether 13 conversations the boy had with 10 people before he died will be permitted at trial.
    6/24 & 6/25, 6/26/19: No information available…..
     
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    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    Legally Bland Well-Known Member

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    No real details:

    The rest is just a recap.
     
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    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    Thanks a bunch Legally Bland! [​IMG]
     
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    Friday, June 28th:
    *Motions Hearing (@ 9am MT) - CO - Dylan Nicholas Redwine (13) (Nov. 19, 2012, Broomfield; found June 27, 2013 & Nov. 1, 2015 his skull) - *Mark Allen Redwine (55), "father" indicted (6-20-17) of 2nd degree murder & child abuse resulting in death. Plead not guilty. $750K bond.
    Trial starts 9/19/19
    Previous court hearings from 9/10/17 thru 5/7/19 reference post #67 here:
    Dylan Redwine's father’s trial in death of son rescheduled to 18 Sept 2019

    6/24, 6/25, & 6/26/19 Motion hearings – During these hearings, they have been going over evidence & deciding what will be admissible during the trial.
    6/27/19: Motions hearing on 6/28. Status hearing on 7/25, Status hearing on 8/14, Pretrial Conference hearing on 9/5 and jury trial will now start on 9/19/19.
     
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  13. alexwood

    alexwood Well-Known Member

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    So. Go ahead and exclude the cadaver dog evidence. He'll still be convicted based on the overwhelming circumstantial evidence that is compelling! Oh, of course. A change of venue will be a must. That won't change the outcome one whit.
     
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    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    From the article - it really does say the Judge is disallowing the dog.... did you see that somewhere else? TIA! Or did I miss it in the article?
     
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    katydid23 Verified Juanette

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    Sixth Judicial District Court Judge Jeffery Wilson said in May that defense attorneys did not persuade the court to disallow cadaver dog evidence, upholding a prior decision despite new arguments.

    But he gave defense lawyers an opportunity to present further arguments and evidence to demonstrate the unreliability of cadaver dogs.

    Those arguments are being presented this week, with Redwine’s defense attorneys Moran and Justin Bogan inviting the Innocence Project attorneys to convince Wilson of the dogs’ unreliability.

    Molly, a cadaver-sniffing dog from Wisconsin, alerted her trainer Carren Corcoran to the odor of human remains in 2013 and 2014. The dog alerted on clothes Redwine was wearing the night his son went missing, according to law enforcement. Molly detected the odor of human remains at Redwine’s home near Vallecito Reservoir, in the bed of his Dodge pickup and on Middle Mountain Road north of the reservoir where Dylan’s partial remains were found in June 2013.

    Molly, a single-purpose cadaver dog, identified the scents nine months after Dylan’s disappearance. Prosecutors, in part, hinge their case on the fact that cadaver dogs “indicated that a deceased person had been in (Redwine’s) living room and bed of his pickup truck ... ,” according to the indictment.
     
  16. alexwood

    alexwood Well-Known Member

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    Dylan did not climb to the top of Middle Mountain and kill himself using blunt force trauma.
     
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  17. Armchair_Defective

    Armchair_Defective Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone know of the reasoning the judge gave for accepting the cadaver dog evidence? I've seen the document the defence submitted to dismiss it but nothing official as to why the judge still allowed it.

    Forgive me if it's already been discussed, I have been trying to catch up on the details of the case.
     
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    katydid23 Verified Juanette

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    The judge has not made a final decision about cadaver dogs evidence being admissible.
    The judge agreed to allow the defense to bring forward more arguments against the acceptance of cadaver dogs as evidence. So the judge still might disallow it in future rulings.

    Mark Redwine’s defense team receives assistance with cadaver dog evidence
     
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    Thanks, trying to get my head around the legal rules. The trial is not until later this year and they are having a series of hearings now?

    It seems a long winded way to go about it. Maybe because there is so much evidence? In the Bianca Jones case they had one evidentiary hearing for the dog alerts...if I understand it correctly.
     
  20. alexwood

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    Well, it's better to get all the issues resolved before the trial, rather than have MR win on appeal because he wasn't allowed a fair defense. Still, we are getting closer to having our day in court.
     
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