GUILTY FL - Jennifer Fulford, 56, Winter Park, 27 Sept 2017 *Arrest*

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    The jury had a few questions regarding the trial. Judge said he won't allow them to ask questions during the trial.
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    He was a great witness and it was heartbreaking to watch him! He did so well!
     
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    #ScottNelson - Happening now
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    Jurors are watching video tonight of Scott Nelson buying duct tape and zip ties more than a week before Jennifer Fulford was murdered. Those zip ties and duct tape found on her body.
    5:49 PM - 25 Jun 2019
     
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    Wednesday, June 26th:
    *Trial continues (Day 3) (@ 9am ET) - FL - Jennifer Lynn Fulford (56) (missing Sept. 27, 2017, Winter Park; found Sept. 30, 2017) - *Scott Edward Nelson (53) arrested & charged (10/1/17) & indicted (12/12/17) with 1st degree murder, kidnapping, burglary, assault & battery, (1st degree) car jacking with deadly weapon, (1st degree) robbery with firearm & (3rd degree) tampering with a witness. Plead not guilty. No bond on all counts. DP case.
    Trial started 6/10/19 with Jury selection & ended on 6/21/19. Trial started 6/24 & expected to last at least 3 weeks to a month. 12 jurors & 3 alternates.
    Jury selection from 6/10/19 to 6/21/19 reference post #462 here:
    Found Deceased - FL - Jennifer Fulford, 56, Winter Park, 27 Sept 2017 *Arrest*

    6/24/19 Day 1 of Trial: Opening statements from both sides (Kelly Hicks for State & Robert Larr for Defense). State witnesses: Patricia Exu (works at Lake Highland School as a librarian). Reid Berman (Home owner). Winter Park PD patrol officer (no name given). Robert Fulford (Jennifer's husband). Detective Sharon Wagganer (Winter Park PD). Winter Park dentist (no name given; Jennifer's dentist). Janet Grimm (did art work for Berman). Owner of TLC Electronics (no name given. His company updated the alarm system for Berman). Trial continues on 6/25.
    6/25/19 Day 2: Power is out at the Orange County Courthouse. Nelson trial is on hold. People are stuck in elevators and can't enter courthouse, witnesses say. Orlando Fire & Rescue outside Orange County Courthouse after reported power outage. No word on cause. Nelson trial on hold for now. State witnesses: Dr. Joshua Stephany, Chief Medical Examiner. Lynx bus driver (no name given). Show video of Nelson on bus & train (station). Detective with JSOPIO (no name given), (re evidence found in motel room). Orange Co. Sheriff crime scene investigator (no name given, responded to the crime scene where Jennifer's body was found). No other info available. Trial continues on 6/26.
     
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    Monivette Cordeiro (@monivettec) | Twitter
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      • Monivette Cordeiro‏ @monivettec 2m2 minutes ago
        Nelson's defense attorney says there's a discovery violation but is not calling for sanctions. Bigley took photos of a rolled up comforter in Fulford's car, but not until yesterday did he take photos of the flat comforter, which had some debris, at the request of prosecutors
      • Monivette Cordeiro‏ @monivettec 42m42 minutes ago
        Bigley also helped recover the knife prosecutors believe was used to stab Fulford. A small knife with a green handle was found almost 76 feet from where her body was found in a field in southwest Orange County, about 3 months after she was killed.
      • Monivette Cordeiro‏ @monivettec 57m57 minutes ago
        At Day 3 of the Scott Nelson trial. State's 1st witness is Ed Bigley, a property evidence crime scene technician from Winter Park police. He collected evidence from Jennifer Fulford's car, which was left at a Publix. Inside, a towel, T-shirt + watch w/ reddish brown stains
     
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    Elyna Journalist (@encproducer) | Twitter
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    1. Elyna Journalist‏ @encproducer 3m3 minutes ago
      In the letter to the State Attorney #scottnelson confesses where he dumped Jennifer Fulford's keys to her vehicle @LawCrimeNetwork
    2. Elyna Journalist‏ @encproducer 4m4 minutes ago
      Detective discussing letters #ScottNelson wrote to another detective about other murders and crimes Nelson committed. Nelson also wrote a letter to the State Attorney @LawCrimeNetwork
     
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    Monivette Cordeiro (@monivettec) | Twitter
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    1. Monivette Cordeiro‏ @monivettec 20m20 minutes ago
      The duct tape wrapped tightly around Jennifer Fulford's entire face, as well as her ankles, was tested for DNA, but the DNA found could not be interpreted. Exposure to the elements, as well as body decomposition could affect this.
    2. Monivette Cordeiro‏ @monivettec 41m41 minutes ago
      Blood stains on a T-shirt and a watch found in Fulford's car also matched Nelson and Fulford. Prosecutors say Nelson was wearing the T-shirt, watch and towel in an ATM video Wells Fargo when he went to take money out of Fulford's account.
    3. Monivette Cordeiro‏ @monivettec 59m59 minutes ago
      FDLE lab analyst now testifying in Scott Nelson case. He tested for DNA on several pieces of evidence, including a white towel found in Fulford's abandoned car. Towel had blood stains matching DNA from Nelson and Fulford.
     
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    Elyna Journalist (@encproducer) | Twitter
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    1. Elyna Journalist‏ @encproducer 4h4 hours ago
      State has rested in case against #scottnelson @LawCrimeNetwork
    2. Elyna Journalist‏ @encproducer 4h4 hours ago
      #scottnelson admitted to being outside the Winter Park home the day before the killing, he said in police interview @LawCrimeNetwork
    3. Elyna Journalist‏ @encproducer 4h4 hours ago
      Jennifer Fulford's husband is in the courtroom and is visibly upset... Understandably. This is hard to listen to. @LawCrimeNetwork
    4. Elyna Journalist‏ @encproducer 4h4 hours ago
      #scottnelson said he had no intentions of killing her, "but one thing led to another and he wasn't going to let that 'B' testify" so he went back and stabbed her a few more times. Nelson said in detective interview @LawCrimeNetwork
    5. Elyna Journalist‏ @encproducer 4h4 hours ago
      #scottnelson said Jennifer Fulford was scared and Nelson told detectives, "I would be too." @LawCrimeNetwork
    6. Elyna Journalist‏ @encproducer 4h4 hours ago
      #scottnelson is describing how he ran the doorbell at the Winter Park home. Jennifer Fulford answered and he showed his knife. She tried pushing the door shut, but he pushed his way into the home @LawCrimeNetwork
     
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    Monivette Cordeiro (@monivettec) | Twitter
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    1. Monivette Cordeiro‏ @monivettec 4h4 hours ago
      State rested its case against Scott Nelson after playing a graphic interview with detectives where Nelson essentially confessed to kidnapping and killing Jennifer Fulford. He repeatedly expressed animosity toward the rich people in Winter Park and how they treat those with less
    2. Monivette Cordeiro‏ @monivettec 5h5 hours ago
      Prosecutors just handed out copies of this interview transcript to the jury. It's about 1 hour and 11 minutes
    3. Monivette Cordeiro‏ @monivettec 5h5 hours ago
      Now testifying is Orlando police Detective Brian Ferrara, who interviewed Nelson while he was in custody. Defense had previously tried to throw out this interview because it was a "tainted confession." Nelson asked Ferrara for help in exchange for info
     
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    Prosecutors play audio tape of Scott Nelson confessing to the slaying of Altamonte Springs woman
    ORLANDO SENTINEL | JUN 26, 2019 | 8:08 PM
    Jurors on Wednesday heard the chilling final moments of Jennifer Fulford’s life as described by Scott Edward Nelson, the man accused of kidnapping the Altamonte Springs woman from her employer’s home and killing her.

    Prosecutors rested their case in the first-degree murder trial after playing for the jury an audio recording of an interview Nelson did with detectives after his arrest on Oct. 1, 2017.

    Nelson, 55, told Orlando police Detective Brian Ferrara and Winter Park police Detective Sharon Wagganer how his contempt for Winter Park’s wealthy community led to Fulford’s killing on Sept. 27, 2017.
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    Includes one hour confession - starting at 35:04:
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    Published on Jun 26, 2019
    Scott Nelson Trial Day 3 Christopher Conklin Crime Lab Analyst Part 2 Sharon Wagganer, Det Brian Ferrerra ScottNelsonTrial

     
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    I've looked at the tweets that you post SeesSeas - but I don't see anywhere that the defense presented their case. Did they NOT? Or do they start today, 6/27?

    TIA! :)
     
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    Thursday, June 27th:
    *Trial continues (Day 4) (@ 9am ET) - FL - Jennifer Lynn Fulford (56) (missing Sept. 27, 2017, Winter Park; found Sept. 30, 2017) - *Scott Edward Nelson (53) arrested & charged (10/1/17) & indicted (12/12/17) with 1st degree murder, kidnapping, burglary, assault & battery, (1st degree) car jacking with deadly weapon, (1st degree) robbery with firearm & (3rd degree) tampering with a witness. Plead not guilty. No bond on all counts. DP case.
    Trial started 6/10/19 with Jury selection & ended on 6/21/19. Trial started 6/24 & expected to last at least 3 weeks to a month. 12 jurors & 3 alternates.
    Jury selection from 6/10/19 to 6/21/19 reference post #462 here: Found Deceased - FL - Jennifer Fulford, 56, Winter Park, 27 Sept 2017 *Arrest*
    6/24/19 Day 1 of Trial: Opening statements from both sides (Kelly Hicks for State & Robert Larr for Defense). State witnesses: Patricia Exu (works at Lake Highland School as a librarian). Reid Berman (Home owner). Winter Park PD patrol officer (no name given). Robert Fulford (Jennifer's husband). Detective Sharon Wagganer (Winter Park PD). Winter Park dentist (no name given; Jennifer's dentist). Janet Grimm (did art work for Berman). Owner of TLC Electronics (no name given. His company updated the alarm system for Berman). Trial continues on 6/25.
    6/25/19 Day 2: Power is out at the Orange County Courthouse. Nelson trial is on hold. People are stuck in elevators and can't enter courthouse, witnesses say. Orlando Fire & Rescue outside Orange County Courthouse after reported power outage. No word on cause. Nelson trial on hold for now. State witnesses: Dr. Joshua Stephany, Chief Medical Examiner. Lynx bus driver (no name given). Show video of Nelson on bus & train (station). Detective with JSOPIO (no name given), (re evidence found in motel room). Orange Co. Sheriff crime scene investigator (no name given, responded to the crime scene where Jennifer's body was found). No other info available. Trial continues on 6/26.
    6/26/19 Day 3: State witness: Ed Bigley, property evidence crime scene technician from Winter Park police. (He collected evidence from Jennifer's car). Christopher Conklin, FDLE Crime Lab Analyst (He tested for DNA on several pieces of evidence. Detective Sharon Wagganer. Orlando Police Det. Brian Ferrerra. State rested its case against Nelson after playing a graphic interview (10/1/17) with detectives where Nelson essentially confessed to kidnapping & killing Jennifer. Jurors will be sequestered. Trial continues on 6/27.
     
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